Genetically modified food is already present in the supermarkets. We don’t always know which foods are GMO and which are non-GMO. Besides looking for label, here are 10 foods that are commonly GMO.
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Food waste a hidden issue in the United States. Get the facts on how a country with a lot of surplus is really dealing with the excess.
GMO technology is used in many foods present in our supermarket. This technology is brand-new, and already affecting the food chain. Is it safe to eat, or does it have certain drawbacks?
North America’s biggest chocolate manufacturer caves to domestic and international pressures and promises to go Fair Trade.
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When people break out they immediately open the medicine cabinet to see what they can put on their face, but they never look at their diet for the solution.
Agricultural biotechnology giant Monsanto is fighting a California ballot proposition that would mandate GMO labeling on foods.
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It’s time to get ready for baseball season, and that means one thing for sure: food! Unfortunately, ballpark food is often the unhealthiest of all, yet so hard to resist. Here are tips to enjoy the games while staying healthy.
Heirloom seeds offer small links to our past that can feed us today. Their proven track record can help us grow safer, better tasting, chemical-free fruits and vegetables while we’re trying to be self-sufficient and a friend to Mother Nature.
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