“Moms Across America” has escalated a year-long campaign against Impossible Foods to push its anti-vaccine, anti-GMO agenda to anyone gullible enough to listen. The group’s latest salvo is a pathetic “news release” full of lies, anti-science rhetoric and ignorance of basic arithmetic.
MAA classifies itself as a non-profit, but make no mistake: This outfit is a supplement-pushing e-commerce company that collects and sells consumer data, funded by the sale of utterly ridiculous products such as $60 bottles of “hydrogen water,” coal extracts and other junk. By MAA’s own admission(opens in a new tab), it gets a commission on sales of supplements from other affiliates — and none of the products it pushes has been evaluated or approved by the US Food and Drug Administration or any other governmental authority. (The FDA confirmed last year it has no questions about the safety of Impossible Foods’ key ingredient(opens in a new tab).)
It’s sad, but perhaps not surprising, that MAA keeps trying to trash Impossible Foods. MAA’s goal is to eliminate genetic engineering, as well as the vaccines and insulin made using GE technology — while pushing quack products via its marketing and e-commerce site and affiliates. By contrast, Impossible Foods’ goal is to transform the global food system(opens in a new tab), improve public health and preserve biodiversity — with an approach rooted in science, consumer choice and transparency.
Don’t amplify ridiculous propaganda from charlatans. Don’t buy into quackery.
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