turkish get-ups set of 5, set of 3 & set of 1
10 kb push presses (35/26; each arm)
10 kb snatches (35/26; each arm)
No matter where you land on the GMO issue, consumers have a right to know what’s in their food. And if they determine that tomatoes that has flounder genes spliced into them (yes, scarily enough this is a real thing) then they should have the option to say so. And as the GMO-labeling voice gets bigger, it’s no surprise that Monsanto posted a 34% drop in their first quarter earnings this year. It’s scary when our leaders are saying things like, “Supporters of the [Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act] said it was a matter of keep the rules simple across the country and not unnecessarily frightening consumers.”
“I’m not quite sure when the last time was when a flounder mated with a tomato plant, but we now have tomatoes that have injected into them flounder genes,” Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.) said.