In 1975 scientists worldwide agreed. For all the good gene manipulation held, left unchecked it had the capability to adversely affect humanity on a very large scale. Their concerns led to the Asilomar Conference, the birthplace of the Precautionary Principle. The central tenet of the Precautionary Principle is first, do no harm. The second is if there is the slightest of suspicion that recombinant technology could harm the public’s health or the environment, the burden of proof falls on those who use the technology to prove different. Well, the accumulating evidence is indicating something is going very wrong, very fast and it could well be related to what we're eating. Genetically engineered biofoods have been linked to a host of serious illnesses, environmental hazards and ecological destruction. Countries worldwide are calling to enact the Precautionary Principle and the appropriate labeling of food before it's too late. But the Goliaths are fighting back.