The government has had a hand in marketing the least healthy foods for decades. This pro-GMO program isn’t much different from the USDA checkoff programs that promote meat and dairy to consumers.
Did the Organic Trade Association betray consumers? Dr. Bronner’s says yes.
In news that will surprise few anti-GMO activists, farmers across the United States are ditching biotech seeds, as yearly hikes in GM seed prices put them out of reach.
The Grocery Manufacturer’s Association (GMA) was found guilty of covering up donations that funded their efforts to block GMO labeling laws in 2013.
There’s a lot wrong with our food system, but things are beginning to get better. Here’s some recent food news that you can feel good about!
Starting off the new year right, Campbell’s food company has just announced that they will voluntarily label their foods with disclosure of genetically-modified ingredients! The New York Times reported today [ … ]
Vladimir Putin wants Russia to not only begin producing all of its own food but become a world leader in organic agriculture.
Monsanto has submitted a new genetically modified corn to the USDA for approval. This corn is resistant not only to Roundup but to another, even more toxic pesticide called dicamba.
Recent field-scale tests of GMO wheat designed to repel aphids have shown the new GMO crop to be nearly completely ineffective.
Quaker Oats’ parent company – PepsiCo – has spent millions to stop GMO labeling initiatives. Let’s ask them to change their tune.
Feed your head! Binge watch documentaries about our food system this weekend. Here are 14 for you to choose from – many are even free!
“We need to feed the world” is biotech’s favorite marketing slogan. It paints proponents of sustainable agriculture as extremists who care more about shopping at Whole Foods than helping the hungry. And it’s so, so wrong.
In the absence of FDA policies, will consumer demand be enough to force manufacturers to start producing non-GMO supplements?