Can someone sue the FDA?

Posted on April 26th, 2011 by admin1 in Political Advertising Agencies

Im just curios because i have been looking up the history of Monsanto and Big Pharma, i noticed that Monsanto gave huge political contributions to both partys and it seems that are presidents keep appointing Heads of the FDA that have worked for either a big Agricultural or big pharma, I see this as a huge conflict of interest how can some one who worked for a Agricultural of Pharmaceutics company then be put in a position to protect us from those same company’s. Its like making Cobby Briant a Referee for a laker vs spurs game. It makes no sense and i feel that it is affecting Americans health and is just a bad example of how making money is more important than protecting millions .

This is just one example there are thousands:
The Food and Drug Administration warned dairy producers and distributors Monday not to mislead consumers with labels on milk and other dairy products that improperly refer to a new genetically engineered growth hormone.

The agency said that milk produced with the man-made hormone was virtually the same as milk that is not and that any effort by manufacturers to label their dairy products as free of the hormone could be false and misleading, and illegal under federal law.

Officials are concerned that supermarkets, dairies and other food companies that have pledged not to use milk from cows treated with the hormone might gain an unfair competitive advantage because of a stigma they fear could be attached to milk from treated cows. They have said that all milk contains trace amounts of the natural growth hormone.

I want milk with no man-made hormones so why the FUK is the FDA not letting company who dont use hormones allow a label that says so. Its like the EPA not allowing car manufactures to advertise there MPG rating.

The federal government is pretty much immune from lawsuits.

When BST (Bovine Somatropin) was first released, the FDA forbid producers from labeling their product as BST-free. Rules were later written that let them say "produced from cows not treated with BST. No difference shown between cows treated with BST and those which were not." Kind of gives the impression of no harm. I only purchase organic milk and do not knowingly consume any product containing Monsanto ingredients. I pretty much gave up corn from my diet after the Aventis Monarch-killing corn pollen. The little corn I consume must be organic.

2 Comments on “Can someone sue the FDA?”

  1. falsi fiable

    The federal government is pretty much immune from lawsuits.

    When BST (Bovine Somatropin) was first released, the FDA forbid producers from labeling their product as BST-free. Rules were later written that let them say "produced from cows not treated with BST. No difference shown between cows treated with BST and those which were not." Kind of gives the impression of no harm. I only purchase organic milk and do not knowingly consume any product containing Monsanto ingredients. I pretty much gave up corn from my diet after the Aventis Monarch-killing corn pollen. The little corn I consume must be organic.References :

  2. villot seppelt

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