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A look at the escalating growth of Annie’s versus the collapsing growth of Kellogg’s tells the GMO vs Non-GMO story from the viewpoint of what food buyers truly want.
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The Vermont legislature has passed the first no strings attached law to require GMO labeling of foods.
Agriculture experts debate the need to make non-GMO food production more sustainable.
Nanotechnology has the potential to be used in a broad array of products, including foods and cosmetics. Unbeknownst to us, it is already commonly used in many products that are part of our daily lives.
A world-class cooking school—in Ireland? It makes much more sense than you might think, as Ireland’s top chef and co-founder of the Ballymaloe Cookery School explains.
The FDA has joined the food industry in the notion that voluntary GMO labeling will solve overwhelming consumer demand for labeling in the marketplace.
Committee passage was the critical first step in winning statewide GMO labeling.
As more big manufacturers switch to non-GMO ingredients, experts are looking at the supply chain with raised eyebrows.
Costco, one of the largest retailers of salmon in the U.S., still hasn’t made a commitment not to sell GMO salmon.
The illegal use of “Fast-Track” by the FDA has put Americans at risk of rouge food additives for more than fifteen years.
Chipotle has entered the TV production realm with a series on Hulu: Farmed and Dangerous.
As USDA nears approval for a controversial GMO apple, a non-GMO alternative is quietly introduced and without the GMO baggage.
Chipotle's financial results for its fourth quarter are proving that moving to Non-GMO clean food is not only profitable but also should be the fiduciary duty of other food companies.
The folks at OnlyOrganic.org have put together a fun and unfortunately all-too-true look at how the natural label is used to promote foods that are anything but natural.
Big Food's opposition to GMO labeling doesn't make much sense in the face of a growing number of lawsuits for false "natural" claims on GMO foods.
Beyond the joys of harvest, a new documentary reveals a full year in the organic life of a small farmer.
Legislation introduced by Congressman Mike Pompeo (R-Kan.) would block any federal or state action to require publicly demanded GMO Labeling.
Congressman Pompeo plans to introduce legislation to prevent states from enacting laws requiring GMO labeling of food products.
A few conscientious individuals took it upon themselves to stage a GMO revolution right in their own Oregon county.
An urban farming movement is growing right in Washington, DC, as residents look to create a more sustainable food system.
A GMO scientist who helped develop the GMO tomato has now become a skeptic about the promise of GMO foods.
An Indiana-based seed company provides farmers with high-yielding non-GMO corn seed choices.
Professor John Vandermeer discusses the potential unintended consequences of GMOs due to the biotech industry's incomplete knowledge of genetics.
Where does your food come from? Whether it’s the supermarket or a fine-dining restaurant, tracking comestibles from farm to fork is linking farmers, distributors, chefs and consumers.
Here are a 8 tips for those who want to start buying organic food but don’t want to pay the higher prices.
As Cheerios and Grape Nuts cereals go non-GMO other big brands are likely to follow.