Johnson County Community College Hospitality and Culinary School Featured Speaker

The Thom Hartmann Progressive Radio Show

Discussion of the revelation through FDA documents that regulators are finding glyphosate pesticide in honey, wheat, and other crops and foods

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Stocks and Jocks Radio, Chicago

Featured guest talking Monsanto & Bayer merger on the "talk show focusing on business and real market analysis..."


Sustainable Sanctuary, Kansas City, Missouri

Food Sleuth Radio

Did you know that the science our government relies on to determine food safety often comes from corporations whose primary interest is profit? Join Food Sleuth Radio host and Registered Dietitian, Melinda Hemmelgarn, for her interview with Carey Gillam, Research Director at U.S. Right to Know, a non-profit that advocates for transparency in the food system.


Food and Thought Health Freedom Summit, Naples, Florida

12:30 PM: Carey Gillam: “Seeking Transparency and Accountability in our Nation's Food System.” The Research Director for U.S. Right to Know shares her knowledge of the rise of the biotech crop technology, associated pesticide product development, and their environmental impacts.

Take Out With Ashley and Robyn Podcast

An Interview with the Food and Ag Journalist that the Biotech Industry Fears  Listen to the Interview Here:

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Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting Counterspin Radio Show: Carey Gillam on Food Coverage Conflicts

The labeling of Genetically Modified food is a hard-fought policy battle, as Americans demand information about what they eat and and industry demands the ability to obscure that information. But recent evidence suggests we should also pay attention to the labeling of the experts media present on the question of GMOs. Carey Gillam is a longtime food and agriculture journalist, now research director at the group US Right to Know. We’ll talk with her about conflicts of interest in the coverage of our food supply.

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Topeka Capital-Journal

An expert on the food industry and genetically modified organisms gave a presentation to a group of people hungry to learn more about what they are eating. Carey Gillam, who is based in Overland Park, said food companies maintain GMO foods are safe to eat while some consumers aren’t so sure. The primary point of contention now is labeling. “It’s been a very controversial issue,” she said.

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Sierra Club, Topeka, Kansas