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Consumers Will Soon Have Devices In Their Hands To Detect GMO and Toxic Foods

Consumers Will Soon Have Devices In Their Hands To Detect GMO and Toxic Foods

May 26, 2013 by MARCO TORRES

In the not too distant future, consumers will be able to run on-the-spot tests for environmental toxins, GMOs, pesticides, food safety and more with their smartphones and other hand-held devices.

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More freedom technology!

More freedom technology!

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Get Prepared!

There's an App for that too


"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

I have it

It's ok if you have the time to scan every barcode. Based on my results so far, that anything in the middle aisles of a grocery store probably has GMO in it somehow. I was already aware of that from reading up on the primal diet. But at least this puts the power to vote with your wallet in the hands of the consumer.


except smart phones are surveillance devices

and emit rf radiation. I've banned such devices for myself.
It's a pity this technology can't be made safe and spy-free.

If Tyranny and Oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy.
James Madison

What Makes You Think They Can't?

In the free market, consumers rule. Consumers want safe and spy-free--if they didn't we wouldn't have insurance, anti-spyware, and UL.

The market is a dynamic influence for change, not a point in time. Just because things are unsafe, now, doesn't mean they'll stay that way--as long as the government stays out of it.

There's no question that industries who get caught poluting will clean up their act when the public applies economic pressure. The only thing that stops this is government, and their allowable standards of pollution which fools the public into thinking all is well.

I'm with you in that my phone is so old that I don't carry it on my person, and hope that anyone tracking me on it is trying to rescue me, and not the reverse. But the assumption that technology won't improve is not supported by the evidence.

What do you think? http://consequeries.com/

This would be really super!!!

This would be really super!!!