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A study commissioned by Big Ag concludes that Americans are losing confidence in the industrial food system -- which means the good food movement might just be winning the battle for consumers' hearts and minds.
The Center for Food Safety wants the federal government to stop allowing genetically engineered crops to be planted in 66 National Wildlife Refuges in the Midwest. It claims the GE crops "will contaminate non-GE crops nearby, and reduce the supply of food processed with ingredients that are not contaminated with GE material." The Center for Food Safety, Beyond Pesticides and Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility sued Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and its director, in Federal Court.
The self-taught champion of culinary simplicity has been writing about food since the 1980s. Many are most familiar with "The Minimalist," his long-running weekly column (and accompanying videos) in the New York Times, which he began writing in September 1997 and the fruits of which have been turned into several
The Department of Natural Resources said Thursday that it is giving final approval for a company to move forward with plans to construct a 4,300-cow dairy farm in Adams County, a project that had sparked controversy for the potential environmental effects of so many cows
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Rural women and small-scale producers play a key role in providing food security and food sovereignty, but many large multinational corporations threaten that progress by undermining populations' independence when it comes to food.
The U.S. government should independently test samples of West Coast fish found with infectious salmon anemia, or ISA, rather than trusting Canadian government scientists, senators from Washington and Alaska said in a letter Wednesday.
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