British researcher Kathy Niakan has been given approval to start editing human embryos. The decision is entrenched in numerous ethical issues.
Fruit growers in Canada will ask the government to de-register the genetically modified Arctic Apple until further studies can be conducted.
An archaeological dig in Wisconsin revealed an 800-year-old pot that contained a variety of seeds from a species of squash believed to be extinct.
Verde Farms in Miami, Florida is tackling homelessness, joblessness, and food insecurity all at once with this saying: one saying: “For people, not for profit.”
Senator from Vermont and Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders seems to be fighting for food freedoms, food sustainability, and GMO labeling.
Instead of relying on mainstream medical drugs, doctors like Dr. Garth Davis are prescribing fresh produce and teaching patients about diet and lifestyle.
The African country Burkina Faso has abandoned genetically modified Bt Cotton crops in order to phase out inferior quality GM crops for non-GM crops.
To protect pollinating insects, St. Paul, Minnesota approved a resolution to encourage the township and citizens to limit the use of harmful pesticides.
The Grocery Manufacturers Association and Big Food companies are trying to trick consumers with SmartLabels to bypass GMO labeling.
Recently-released emails show that the state was working to provide purified water to state office building employees while ignoring the citizens.
A federal court has given Dow the green light to revive its toxic herbicide concoction, Enlist Duo. This, while the EPA takes a second look at the chemical stew.
Rescuing Leftover Cuisine was set up to take perfectly good food from restaurants that would normally get thrown out to give it to the hungry.
After months of navigating through bureaucratic roadblocks, 2 Long Island, NY medical marijuana dispensaries have opened.
Many people have been coming out in droves to help and support Flint, Michigan, residents affected by the water crisis, including a group of plumbers.
Citing crop growth issues, Grain Millers, Inc. announced that it will avoid buying western Canadian oats that have been treated with the herbicide glyphosate.
A supermarket in Greenville, Ohio, gives free fruit to kids, and the community response has been overwhelmingly positive.
A District Court Judge has ruled that Chobani must halt its negative ad campaign against Dannon and General Mills’s 100-calorie Greek yogurts.