Due to activism, Kraft (one of the worlds’ largest food companies) is removing an artificial preservative from their wrapped cheese (called singles).
61 workers will receive $1.28 million from Domino’s pizza, winning a case proving that the company was stealing wages and wrongly firing employees.
Voluntary labeling of GMO foods is the latest tactic by the agriculture and food industries to try to keep mandated labeling at bay. Will it work?
A new farm bill in Hawaii seems to be pro-farmer, but a closer look reveals it could undermine those practicing sustainable agriculture and farming.
Citing health concerns and despite losing billions in sales, CVS pharmacy announced it will stop selling cigarettes and tobacco come October 1, 2014.
A chemical that is used to make yoga mats is also in Subway’s breads, but thanks to one blogger, the nationwide sandwich chain plans to remove the additive.
The $1 trillion farm bill offers some victories, but the bill fails to regulate pesticide residues which contain brain-damaging fluoride.
Following Colorado and Washington, and with more than enough signatures, it looks like Alaska could be the next state to legalize recreational marijuana
Russia is preparing a bill heavily restricting the import of genetically modified foods, as well as stop it altogether from being produced domestically.
Recently, Massachusetts announced they granted their first 20 licenses to medical marijuana dispensaries, slated to open between now and summertime.