The Japanese people should thank their government, at least they got it correct on GMO food including white wheat purchases which Japan has just rejected from the US. The Russian government under Vladimir Putin have also rejected GMO food and Russia is simultaneously working on becoming the leading exporter of non-GMO foods including wheat. I suspect Japan will now further look to Russia for its wheat imports. Good for Japan realizing that GMO foods are suspected of being responsible along with vaccinations for destroying the gut of children when immediately after birth they are vaccinated. Don’t just take my word for it either, go find some relevant research material on this incredibly complex and controversial subject and do your own reading like I have. And somebody inside the Japanese government better get a grasp on why it is Japan has the highest incidence of autism of any country where its children are vaccinated immediately after birth.
Source: Natural Blaze
Japan Halts U.S. White Wheat Purchases Until GMO Test is Created
This news unsurprisingly follows U.S. reports of a third incidence of GMO wheat contamination in the Pacific Northwest. Contrary to popular belief, wheat containing GMOs are not approved for the U.S. commercial market.
Steve Mercer, vice president of communications for U.S. Wheat says that Japan’s Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries will resume purchases once a test designed by Monsanto and validated by USDA is available. Designed by Monsanto. Validated by the USDA. Given the U.S.’s history of rolling out the red carpet for untested and unapproved GMOs, is this is a prudent move for Japan?
White wheat is a crossbreed from other varieties that has a milder taste and color, making it ideal for giving a refined feel while keeping the “whole grain” so to speak. It is popular in Australia and Asia. With declining wheat sales in the U.S., this Pacific Northwest breed is important to farmers who have a market in Asia. This incident is another example of how the carelessness of Monsanto is devastating not only to human health and the environment, but also to farmers and the U.S. economy.