GMO Seed Corn Price Lawsuit Information: Corn Farmers, Grain Operators, and Corn Operators Are Filing Suit Against Syngenta for Losses Sustained By China's Rejection of US Corn by GMO Seed Corn Lawsuit Lawyer Jason S. Coomer
A growing number of corn farmers, grain operators, corn exporters and other businesses are filing suit against Syngenta for GMO Seed Corn that resulted in China's rejection and refusal to purchase US corn. Businesses including farmers, grain operators, and corn exporters that suffered significant damages including loss of income from the price drop of corn in 2013 and 2014 are seeking representation to join these lawsuits.
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GMO Corn Caused China to Reject All US Corn Shipments in Late 2013 throughout 2014 Resulting in Billions of Dollars in Losses to US Farmers, Grain Operators, Corn Exporters, and other Agricultural Businesses
GMO corn sold by Swiss-based company Syngenta caused China to reject all corn shipments from the U.S. in late 2013 and throughout 2014. This ban on US corn caused the US corn industry to sustain billions of dollars in losses. Although the enhanced corn allegedly accounted for a small percent of the US corn crop in 2013 and 2014, there was no way to keep it segregated from the massive amount of corn produced across the country. China’s refusal to accept millions of bushels of US corn caused a dramatic drop in the price of corn that affected hundreds of thousands of corn farmers across the country as well as grain operators and other agribusinesses.
Corn farmers throughout the nation including Michigan farmers, Indiana farmers, Illinois farmers, Iowa farmers, Kansas farmers, Nebraska farmers, Missouri farmers, Kentucky farmers, Texas farmers, Ohio farmers, Pennsylvania farmers, and Minnesota have begun filing suit against Syngenta for lost income that they suffered and the negative impact on the market caused by the company’s reckless marketing of genetically modified corn seed before ensuring its approval in foreign markets.
For more information on a potential GMO Seed Corn Lawsuits, please feel free to go to the following web page: GMO Seed Corn Lawsuit Information.