FOOD and the TPP

FFAN_sm_800_blue_finalFFAN’s “Stop the TPP: No Radioactive Waste in Our Food” audio recordings are now available on FFAN’s Youtube channel  DONATION to fit any budget is most appreciated, we need your support!

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Big Food Goes Classified with the TPP, Natural News:

The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a classified, secret trade agreement that would allow more radioactive food from Japan to enter the U.S. PETITION to the U.S. House of Representatives and President Obama, Block Fast Track Now, Say NO to Radioactive Food from Japan 

The corporate food alliances and corporations responsible for formulating the classified language of the Trans Pacific Partnership:

Alliance of Western Milk Producers

Almond Board of California

American Butter Institute

American Crystal Sugar Company

American Frozen Food Institute

American Meat Institute

American Peanut Council

American Sugar Cane League of the U.S.A., Inc

Archer Daniels Midland

Association of Food Industries

Blue Diamond Growers

California Canning Peach Association

California Citrus Mutual

California Citrus Quality Council

California Grape and tree Fruit League

California Walnut Commission


Corn Refiners Association

Corn Refiners Association., Inc.

DavisCo Foods International, Inc.

Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association

Florida Tomato Committee

Goetze Candy Company, Inc.

Imperial Sugar Company

International Dairy Foods Association

Kidd Brothers Farms

Klein Farms, National Association of Wheat Growers

Kraft Food

Land O’ Lakes, Inc.

McKee Foods Corporation

Meadow Brook Dairy Farms

Michigan Sugar Company

Morris Farms

Moss Farms Partnership

National Cattlemen’s Beef Association

National Chicken Council

National Corn Growers Association

National Cotton Council of America

National Council of Farmer Cooperatives

National Milk Producers Federation

National Oilseed Processors Association

National Pork Producers Council

National Renderers Association, Inc.

Nichols Family Farms LLC, Nichols Farms Corp., Inc. LLC

Oklahoma Cotton Council

Organic trade Association

Pepperidge Farm, Inc.

Peterson Farms

Peterson Farms

Porter Creek Vineyards

Producers Livestock Marketing Association

Progressive Farm Management

Seneca Foods Corporation

Sombke Farms

Southern Wine & Spirits of America, Inc.

Starbucks Coffee Company

Stoneyfield Farms

Sunkist Growers

Tampico Beverages, Inc.

The Hershey Company

The Wine Institute

U.S. Dairy Export Council

U.S. Grains Council

U.S. Meat Export Federation

U.S. Rice Producers Association

U.S. Wheat Associates

United Farmers USA, Inc.

USA Poultry & Egg Export Council

USA Rice Federation

Washington State Potato Commission

Wellman Farms, Inc.

Western Growers Association



10 thoughts on “FOOD and the TPP

  1. Alyse

    Thank you so much for all your incredible efforts to push for the safety of our food, and the lowering of “permissible levels” of radiation in our food.

    Congratulations on helping inspire action by the AMA, among others, to insure our food is safe for our children and all adults.

    Keep up the great work!

  2. Beatriz Gutierrez

    Thank you for your e-mails.
    I live in Mexico and I´m not an American citizen but I ´m very interested and concerned about the problems involved with the Fukushima Fallout and I try to know and get informed as much as I can about this issue, so I appreciate very much your e-mails and send them back to american friends who might be interested too.
    Thank you for all the work you are doing on this issue to help the American people, I wish there could be someone like you in Mexico. Most of the people I know dont´care about this and think I have a paranoia regarding Fukushima, even my sister that lives in Vancouver continues to eat fish and to live as if nothing is happening and doesn´t want me to talk about it.
    Just to confirm my e-mail and ask you to continue sending me your information.
    Beatriz Gutierrez
    Valle de Bravo, Mexico

  3. Lyndia Storey

    Thanks so much for the wonderful work you are doing to protect our food supply. Radiation exposure is the most important issue in our world today.

  4. Lyndia Storey

    Thank you for what you are doing to protect our food supply. Radiation poisoning is the single most important issue we are facing in our world today.


    Old Coyote Knose that nuclear fission technologies are the paragon example of misanthropic evil. People that endorse and promote nuclear fission technologies are myopic and willfully ignorant at best… or criminally insane demons.


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  8. Craig Daniels

    Dear Good People at FFAN,

    * Yes(!) –I totally support the 5 Bq/kilogram standard and have signed your petition.

    * Many of us have not been aware that the old drinking water standard of 3 pCi/Liter (or 0.111 Bq/Liter) has been changed to 200 pCi/Liter (7.4 Bq/Liter –or kilogram). Since we consume far more water than specific food stuffs, 7.4 Bq/L would have a far greater impact than 5 Bq/L for everything else.

    I don’t recall any public discussion or controversy ahead of this change. Do you?

    This new limit is now being cited by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute

    –in order to poo-poo the build up of radio-cesium in the Fukushima plume.





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