Center for Food Safety and others plan to sue the FDA over its recent approval of AquaBounty’s AquaAdvantage® salmon for human consumption.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said recently that it would not require labeling of genetically modified plants that have been approved for sale.
As the U.S. embraces GMOs, member states of the EU, Hungary, and Austria team up to make sure genetically modified food isn’t getting into their countries.
Monsanto has forced its wares into multiple South American countries without considering farmers’ rights, indigenous seed, or food sovereignty.
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Connecticut, joins consumer groups in voicing concern over the newly approved genetically modified salmon.
Thanks to Monsanto’s GMOs, sugar beet farmers began counting on increased yields and reduced costs. Now they face record low sales as NON-GMO demand booms.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration just approved the sale of genetically modified salmon – the first GM animal allowed on the market.
In a sneaky plan, genetically modified salmon eggs were to be sent to Canada for a huge, live experiment which could have permanently damaged non-GM salmon.
The biotech firm Editas Medicine says that humans who have had their DNA genetically modified could exist within the next 2 years.
There are numerous reasons anyone questioning genetically modified foods is labeled anti-science, and it all has to do with fraud and corruption.
Based on mostly industry-funded studies, the EPA recently concluded that there was not enough evidence to suggest that glyphosate is an endocrine disruptor.
A Supreme Court in Mexico denied biotech the right to push GM soy, and the ramifications of the decision is helping to save Mayan beekeepers’ honey.
Three environmental groups are calling for a halt to the open field trials planned for genetically modified moths at Cornell University.
Farmers in India are having doubts that genetically modified cotton is providing much benefit after a whitefly attack ravaged their fields.
The Hawaii State Department of Agriculture conducted an impromptu meeting to allow biotech to ‘field test’ genetically modified bananas.
Companies like Syngenta and Monsanto have been patenting REAL food which was not made in a lab using gene splicing or editing techniques.
The biotech industry has taken a beating lately, and this is evident in Monsanto’s numerous actions of late. But there is even more to the story.