Hillary Clinton still hasn’t stated her stance on GMO labeling. Bernie Sanders is the only 2016 presidential candidate to call for mandatory labeling.
UK stores Waitrose and toom Baumarkt have stopped selling glyphosate-based Roundup. A petition is available to persuade U.S. stores to follow suit.
A scientist in Singapore has created a purple, antioxidant-rich bread with the same smooth texture of white bread, but it is digested more slowly.
Biotech giant Bayer Cropscience is registering a new GM canola plant that will be tolerant to both glufosinate and glyphosate.
To comply with Vermont’s GMO labeling initiative, Kellogg’s and Mars have announced that they will be labeling their products if they contain genetically modified ingredients.
California is rolling out its soda tax again, while Russia may add soda, potato chips and palm oil to their excise tax list. Both cite health concerns.
New study detailing drug shortages in ERs shows drug companies won’t produce even the most vital drugs if they can’t make a big profit from them.
Maggots have been used for centuries to aid in wound healing, but are newly genetically modified maggots that speed healing really safe?
Kraft Heinz replaced the fake cheese and artificial dyes in its Mac and Cheese with all-natural ingredients in December. It was so successful, nobody noticed.
Though healthy natural immunity is the best bet against cancer, researchers say they have found cancer’s Achilles Heel and are able to “steer” the immune system to kill cancers.
Recent passage of hemp bills in Pennsylvania and Hawaii signal a tipping point in the country’s attitude on cannabis-related products.
GMO test sites in Hawai’i are sprayed with carcinogenic pesticides up to 16 times a day. Test of a child’s hair sample showed the presence of 36 pesticides.
ConAgra has joined other food companies in labeling its products containing GM ingredients, sparked by Vermont’s mandatory labeling.
Mainstream media reports little about the methane blowout in California, why people are still sick, and the ban on toxicological tests.
Big Food ad blitz aggressively seeks to forbid mandatory GMO-labeling laws such as Vermont’s, scheduled to go into effect July 1.
Visitors to Colorado who try marijuana end up in the ER far more often than locals, says study. But other factors are in play besides pot.
New landmark study has linked insecticide dust to damaged beehives, and new Minnesota law calls for beekeepers to be compensated.