Pot is in short supply in New Zealand and prices are up following its growing popularity and a large police seizure of plants.
Thanks to the GMO labeling law in Vermont, major GMO labeling opponent General Mills announced that it will label its products containing genetically modified ingredients.
Transparency Market Research forecasts an increase in the global glyphosate market due to increased cultivation of genetically modified crops.
Knitting yields beautiful products and reduces stress, pain, anorexia nervosa, and depression even as it heightens memory and fine motor skills.
Wendy’s employees see company’s sift of tomato sourcing to Mexico as breach of food ethics, calls for company boycott.
A recently-released comprehensive report outlines 27 solutions for cutting food waste significantly, saving the country $100 billion.
The biotech industry’s claims that non-genetically modified mustard seed is inferior are based on purposefully skewed research data.
Big Food is using DARK acts H.R. 1599 and S. 2609 to try to stop implementation of Vermont’s GMO labeling law and to stop all states from mandating GMO labeling.
To help eradicate food waste, Tesco will work with 5,000 different charities in the UK in order to give all unsold food to those who need it most.
India’s agricultural minister has confirmed 70% cuts in royalty fees and capped sales for Monsanto’s GM cotton seeds.
A bill allowing private farmers to grow and sell industrial hemp, which has many renewable uses, has passed Hawaii’s House of Representatives.
A series of massive marijuana raids has resulted in millions of dollars of product, cash, and even automobiles being seized in Michigan.
A landmark case found the Grocery Manufacturer’s Association guilty of a money laundering scheme that shielded members’ identities as they attacked GMO labeling.
Big Pharma giant Pfizer plans to slip under the IRS’s radar and dodge an estimated $35 million tax bill by merging with a foreign company.
The Netherlands and Sweden recently joined France in an anti-glyphosate stance, going against Monsanto’s most widely-used herbicide.
Residents of the Hawaiian Islands just avoided a bill that would have forced residents to succumb to pesticide spraying without any say.
Five years after the Fukushima meltdowns, Japan’s former Prime Minister Naoto Kan reflects on the ongoing disaster and lack of help from TEPCO.