We know that GE crops contaminate conventional and organic crops. We know GE products make their way, directly or indirectly, to our plates. So, to pursue regulatory reality, there are two main things that we, as consumers, can do.
First, we must talk to our representatives and make our voices heard so that the business does not develop at the expense of human welfare and irreparable damage to our food supply and the environment. You can find more information about roundup cancer lawsuits through various online sources.
GMO is a cause of many dangerous diseases like cancer. There are a number of people who are suffering from health issues and filing lawsuits against Monsanto.
Secondly, we need to educate them on health issues related to GE products, so that each of us can make our own best decisions about what we buy and eat, and by extension, the companies we support through our consumerism.
Of course, herbicides and pesticides are not a new thing in crop production. What is new is the growth of herbicide-resistant weeds, which have been cut as a result of the unchecked growth of GE alfalfa among other crops.
The end result is that the glyphosate-tolerant (GT) weeds have emerged as a by-product of GE alfalfa contaminates simple weed. This means that, in order to rid their fields of the weeds, farmers now have to use more chemicals and more harmful chemicals, to fight the so-called "superweeds."