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Professor John Vandermeer discusses the potential unintended consequences of GMOs due to the biotech industry's incomplete knowledge of genetics.
Making tasty tapas from Jerusalem Artichokes.
Brendan Davidson grows microgreens in his greenhouse on Long Island—a LOT of microgreens.
Monsanto is apparently willing to say anything and spend anything to control the debate over genetic engineering of our foods.
How Chef Bradford Heap eliminated even the trickiest, least-suspected GMO ingredients.
Want to be sure you’re buying the best dairy in town? Here's how.
Alberto Cecchin shows us the importance of organic wine making practices.
National Geographic hosted a dialogue between leading food, agriculture and policy experts on the future of food on our planet.
Two key players discuss how Vermont became the first state to pass a law requiring GMO labeling.
On the one-year anniversary of the USDA’s announcement of finding an unapproved, GMO wheat in an Oregon field, the agency still has no answers.
The food movement scored another major win with the passage of an amendment to require the labeling of genetically engineered salmon.
The National Organic Standards Board has voted to end the allowance of any antibiotics in organic apples and pears.
Time is running out to keep hundreds of millions of pounds of agent orange derived herbicide off our foods and out of our environment.
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.
Demand for organic food is growing like crazy, not just in the US but around the world.
In spite of a widely promoted study to the contrary, organic food—lacking in pesticides—has been found to be healthier than conventional.
Grain Place Foods, a three-generation family farm takes the long view to build fertile soils, biodiversity, and a successful business.
Experts have joined forces to protect Vermont's GMO Labeling Law from an aggressive legal challenge by the food industry.
Ben & Jerry’s co-founder Jerry Greenfield brought a newly-labeled ice cream flavor to Capitol Hill: “Food Fight Fudge Brownie”.
Oregon Right to Know submitted more than 150,000 signatures to ensure GMO Labeling Ballot Initiative 44 (I-44) is on this November’s ballot.
Ken Roseboro, editor of the Organic and Non-GMO Report, on the tremendous growth of Non-GMOs.
The FDA is expected to approve genetically engineered salmon for human consumption. Who bears the risk and who gets rewarded?
Senator Barbara Boxer and Congressman Peter DeFazio have announced the introduction of a bill to require GMO labeling.
The power of the food movement is growing with GMO ban victories in Oregon and a labeling law in Vermont.
Agriculture consultants are helping more and more farmers move to non-GMO production.
The Vermont legislature has passed the first no strings attached law to require GMO labeling of foods.