Browsing the "non-GMO" Tag

Maui GMO Moratorium Passes in a Close Race

November 5th, 2014 | by Becky Striepe

There was some not-so-great GMO news from yesterday's election, but in Hawaii non-GMO advocates have something to celebrate! The Maui GMO moratorium passed by a narrow margin


More People Shop ‘Non-GMO’ Than Organic, Research Finds

April 26th, 2014 | by Jill Ettinger

The organic food industry may be growing faster than any other segment in recorded history, but these day, it turns out more people are shopping for “non-GMO” products, even though they’re not exactly sure what it means


Top News from the Food Front: 10 Stories Savvy Foodies Need to See!

February 1st, 2014 | by Tanya Sitton

Should a man lose his home for the crime of growing food? Are Monsanto shareholders joining the GMO labeling fight? Just how comfortable are we with kids going hungry? Is Walmart the real victim of recent food stamp cuts? Have we, in fact, lost our minds as a society? Read on, for answers to some of these questions and mounting evidence regarding others. Get your weekly food news update here!


Numi Organic Tea Giveaway – Reminder

October 11th, 2013 | by Heather Carr

Numi Organic Tea and Eat Drink Better are giving away a Numi's Collection – a sampler of eighteen of Numi's organic, fair trade, non-GMO teas – to one lucky reader. There is still time to enter, but hurry!


America’s Immune Response to GMOs

May 7th, 2013 | by Ken Roseboro

In his excellent book Blessed Unrest noted author and entrepreneur Paul Hawken describes the millions of groups worldwide—“ranging from neighborhood organizations to well-funded international organizations”—working to protect the environment and fighting for social justice and human rights


Can a Film #StopMonsanto?

August 10th, 2012 | by Jennifer Kaplan

A hashtag on twitter for quite a while, #StopMonsanto is now a movie-in-the-making. Not a documentary, but a feature film ... Fed up with Monsanto and how they’re treating farmers and consumers, Mariel Hemingway, Blythe Metz and others decided to make this scripted movie about it in an effort to expose—and stop—the transnational company


Could organic farming be the key to feeding a warming world?

July 12th, 2012 | by Becky Striepe

Climate change is about more than just hotter summers. As the world heats up, we're also expected to see more extreme weather and increased incidences of drought. That presents challenges to the farmers producing our food, and according to research from the Rodale Institute, the answer may be organic farming



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