Coca-Cola and Pepsi Co. are battling to have their beverage lines sold at San Francisco State University. Will either soda giant make it in?
The Philippines Supreme Court permanently halted the field testing for genetically modified eggplant due to potential concerns.
Environmental groups filed a suit against the United States Forest Service, demanding it stop Nestlé from taking the water.
Citizens of Flint, Michigan have filed a federal class action lawsuit accusing the city government of exposing them to water with high levels of lead.
The National Restaurant Association filed suit over New York City’s rule requiring some restaurants to put salt warnings on menus oversteps legal authority.
Several activist groups joined by food and farming experts are suing Monsanto for their crimes against humanity.
Chuck Norris is taking action to a whole new level with recent commentary on the FDA’s approval of GM salmon.
Bernie Sanders reportedly attests that a scheduled interview with CBS on agriculture was cancelled because “Monsanto threatened to sue” the network.
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.
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.
Pfizer, a Monsanto spin-off company, has announced that it will purchase Allergen, the makers of Botox and other drugs in a $160 billion dollar deal.
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.
Fortune Magazine has named Monsanto one of the ‘50 best places to work’ based on diversity despite being one of the most disliked companies around.
General Mills has been pulling one over on consumers when it comes to its nutritional claims about its new Protein Cheerios product, a lawsuit says.
Based on mostly industry-funded studies, the EPA recently concluded that there was not enough evidence to suggest that glyphosate is an endocrine disruptor.