On October 16, 2016 (World Food Day), Monsanto will stand trial for "crimes against nature and humanity," in The Hague, Netherlands. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2015/12/22/monsanto-charged-with-crimes-against-humanity.aspx
There are a lot of uncertainties related to genetically engineered crops including potential allergens and unknown health risks. If these foods are not labeled, it will be very difficult to identify an unexpected health effect resulting from eating a genetically modified food.
Mother Jones posted an email exchange between Lisa Drake and Folta, relating to how Monsanto is manipulating WebMD's content on GMOs via third parties. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2016/01/19/webmd-monsanto-gmo.aspx
http://geneticliteracyproject.org/2013/10/08/with-2000-global-studies-confirming-safety-gm-foods-among-most-analyzed-subject-in-science/ With 2000+ global studies affirming safety, GM foods among most analyzed subjects in science
Pro-GMO? Or Pro-Right to Know? On July 29, 2016, President Obama signed into law a bill that preempts Vermont's GMO labeling law and substitutes a federal law that allows food companies to hide information about GMOs behind confusing QR barcodes. The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) and its members, including Monsanto, spent nearly $400 million over the past four years to defeat mandatory GMO labeling laws.
Rosé Pineapples grown in Costa Rica: Del Monte claims its still in a testing phase with the fruit, but the USDA has approved it for shipment to the U.S. While it may not seem like such a big deal to bring in another GMO crop into a country where 80 percent of our processed foods contain genetically modified ingredients. It’s the exception to the biotechnology permit that’s particularly of concern.