United States Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack, recently met with high-ups at Monsanto and other companies to discuss agricultural ‘advances’ for 2016.
In this video, Anthony Gucciardi breaks down the truth about Christmas and all holidays, explaining how the holiday spirit should extend to every day.
The spending bill passed by Congress last week repealed country-of-origin labeling designed to let Americans know where their meat comes from.
PepsiCo says it will release a line of organic Gatorade in 2016, but there is no word on exactly what that means. Can we trust PepsiCo?
The Food and Drug Administration may be forced to finalize guidelines for the labeling of the recently-approved genetically modified (GM) salmon.
Dow will be forced to make an appearance in court in Bhopal for the 1984 Bhopal Gas Disaster, a large chemical explosion.
The country of Venezuela, through its National Assembly, has approved a law that will ban GMOs and prohibit seed-patenting.
In a recent ruling, the Supreme Court of California has made it clear that consumers have a right to file lawsuits if a company claims their products are organic, but do so falsely.
The U.S. Senate unanimously voted recently to phase out the use of plastic microbeads in soaps, body washes, and other personal care products starting in 2017.
The water crisis in California might soon be over due to a $1 billion dollar water desalination plant that was in the works for 20 years.
Mercy for Animals has started a petition telling Wendy’s to stop abusing birds used to provide eggs for the international chain.
Breast cancer patient Zahara Heckscher was arrested for ‘disrupting’ negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a deal that would hurt many cancer patients.
A Manhattan judge has overturned a policy that would bar preschoolers who haven’t received the flu vaccine from entering city preschools and day cares.
HR Bill 1599, also known as the DARK ACT (Monsanto’s favorite bill that would ruin GMO labeling initiatives) has been stopped cold in Congress.
A pesticide banned in the late 1980s was found in the brains of men with Parkinson’s disease who reported drinking more than 2 glasses of milk a day.
Scientists have linked drinking 3-4 cups a coffee a day to a decreased risk for Type 2 diabetes.
The University of Vermont is offering a course on medical marijuana, but due to a lack of scientific testing, professors say they are struggling to teach on the subject.