This web site was founded in 2014 by Dr. Shiv Chopra and Marilyn Cosway and called, The Canadian Council on Food Sovereignty & Health. In 2017, the name was changed to Canadian Council on Food Safety and Health.
On Sept 7th, 2017, after 14 years in the Federal courts, and over $10 million dollars spent by the Federal government, Dr. Shiv Chopra was found guilty by 3 judges of 'Insubordination' for speaking out on food safety. Three months later, on Jan 7th, 2018, Dr. Shiv Chopra died.
CCFSH honours Whistleblower Dr. Shiv Chopra and his tireless efforts to make Health Canada more accountable and educate Canadians on how Canadians can have the healthiest food in the world if we adhere to the Five Pillars of Food Safety.
Join the movement in honouring whistleblower Dr. Shiv Chopra and help these goals to come through by sharing our web site and getting involved by signing up for 'FOOD Justice NEWS' or one of our 3 Activism Groups called 'Shivista Collectives'.
MANILA, Philippines – An administration member of the House of Representatives raised fears the Philippines may be completely dependent on rice imports in the next 20 years amid the dwindling number of farmers in the country.
On this week’s episode of On Contact, Chris Hedges is joined in Washington D.C. by Russell Mokhiber, editor of Corporate Crime Reporter. They explore how corporations have used their money to take over the nonprofit organizations and regulatory agencies that once protected the citizen from predatory corporate practices. RT correspondent Anya Parampil looks at how the animal agriculture industry has silenced nonprofits.
A powerful corrosion inhibitor chemical used in wood stove boilers is also deliberately added to most processed meats in the United States, a Natural News investigation has found. Dozens of popular brands of hot dogs, bacon, sausage, lunch meat, sandwich ham and cured meats are sold in grocery stores across America that carry the rust inhibitor chemical known as sodium nitrite.
So how does the pig industry make the perfect lean pork chop you see in the food pyramid? Creating this shining object to sell is critical for commodity driven swine markets. It needs to meet economic requirements in agriculture and supporting systems, while being marketable to the masses. It’s not rocket science or nutritional medicine, its capitalism.