After some back-and-forth concerning GMO farming, a ruling was made that is a win for farmers growing non-GM crops in Jackson County, Oregon.
Tropicana Pure Premium products and 4 other PepsiCo brands will soon bear the Non-GMO Project butterfly seal – starting next year.
In December, 2015, the Swiss Federal Council decided to extend the country’s moratorium on the cultivation of GM seed until at least 2021.
Though sugar prices remain high, sugar companies are facing what they call ‘serious roadblocks’ due to the anti-GMO movement – aka demand for GMO-free.
Could there be any truth to one man’s belief that Chipotle’s multiple outbreaks of E. coli, salmonella and norovirus were the result of bioterrorism?
North Dakota grain plant, Captain Drake LLC, has acquired a million-bushel terminal that will be used exclusively for GMO-Free grains to meet the growing demand in the US for non-GM food.
Origin Agritech was planning on launching China’s first seed company on its home turf, but will test its seed technology in the US instead.
An appeal by two environmental groups to Canadian Federal Courts to halt the production of genetically modified (GM) salmon has taken a beating.
Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai offered Monsanto his $10 million building to prove there is GMO safety assessment standards, but the company was absent.
The Yurok Tribe, the largest Native American tribe in California, has just announced that it is implementing a ban on all GM crops and GM animals.
Despite resistance from the people, leaders say the issue of GMO labeling will be ‘top priority’ when they get back to work in January.
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.
The country of Venezuela, through its National Assembly, has approved a law that will ban GMOs and prohibit seed-patenting.
Taiwan recently passed legislation which prohibits any food containing genetically modified ingredients from being served to children at school lunches.
Will a rare form of sugar known as L-fucose soon be genetically engineered in order to ‘help treat skin cancer?’
Agrichemical giant Monsanto is working on a new form of pesticides, one which works by silencing genes through the utilization of new technology.