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Top News from the Food Front: Vegan Romance, GMO Controversy, Organic Boomtime

April 12th, 2014 | by Tanya Sitton

What's new in food news? Great things and foolish things! Veganism boosts sexytime, organics go mainstream, and states take action against agricultural abuse of antibiotics. Meanwhile the GMO labeling battle rages, the biotech industry throws well-funded hissyfits, and U.S. trade suffers because we can't get our GMO problem under control. Read on, for the week's best and worst news in food!


Top News from the Food Front: Feed the Hungry, Fail the Hungry, Print a Burger

March 29th, 2014 | by Tanya Sitton

I'll give it to you straight: this week's food news isn't for the faint of heart! Food recalls, food insecurity, corporate SNAP exploitation, and 3-D food printing loom large on the week's newsfeed. But there's good news too: Hawaii's surfers are getting up to some nifty non-GMO activism, and Samuel L. Jackson gives vegan eating (yet another) hefty celebrity boost. So don't be afraid: read on, for the worst and best news this week in the world of food!


Why Walmart Can’t Fix the Food System

February 22nd, 2012 | by Food & Water Watch

Yesterday, as Walmart released its fourth quarter earnings, Food & Water Watch released a report analyzing the rift between Walmart’s marketing claims and the true impact the company has on the food system


Are Walmart and Monsanto in Love?

February 8th, 2012 | by Becky Striepe

Food & Water Watch has been working for a while on a campaign to keep this unlabeled frankencorn off of Walmart's shelves, and now they've launched a new arm of the campaign: Walsanto Watch. Think Brangelina or Tomkat. Walmart and Monsanto are the new "it" couple to watch, if you're concerned about unlabeled genetically engineered food on grocery store shelves.


Ask Walmart to Say No to GM Sweet Corn

January 12th, 2012 | by Heather Carr

Monsanto's genetically modified sweet corn is being planted on 250,000 acres this year – approximately 40% of the sweet corn market. Labeling of genetically engineered foods is not required, so there will be no way of knowing if the fresh produce in your shopping cart is GM or not. Ask Walmart to say no to GM sweet corn on their shelves



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