Fruit growers in Canada will ask the government to de-register the genetically modified Arctic Apple until further studies can be conducted.
Senator from Vermont and Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders seems to be fighting for food freedoms, food sustainability, and GMO labeling.
The African country Burkina Faso has abandoned genetically modified Bt Cotton crops in order to phase out inferior quality GM crops for non-GM crops.
To protect pollinating insects, St. Paul, Minnesota approved a resolution to encourage the township and citizens to limit the use of harmful pesticides.
Recently-released emails show that the state was working to provide purified water to state office building employees while ignoring the citizens.
A federal court has given Dow the green light to revive its toxic herbicide concoction, Enlist Duo. This, while the EPA takes a second look at the chemical stew.
After months of navigating through bureaucratic roadblocks, 2 Long Island, NY medical marijuana dispensaries have opened.
A District Court Judge has ruled that Chobani must halt its negative ad campaign against Dannon and General Mills’s 100-calorie Greek yogurts.
Twenty-one lawmakers are urging VA doctors to allow medical marijuana to be not only discussed, but sometimes recommended in states where it is legal.
Citing numerous concerns, 67 Members of the European Parliament are asking that glyphosate, an herbicide ingredient in Round Up, NOT be re-approved.
Last month, the CDC shelved plans to release guidelines for prescribing painkillers after criticism from people and groups with conflicts of interest.
The city of Seattle joins 5 other major US cities that are suing Monsanto over PCB contamination in 20,000 acres that drain to the Lower Duwamish.
Rhode Island Rep. Dennis M. Canario is reintroducing a bill that would label foods containing genetically modified ingredients, ultimately allowing consumers to know what they are eating.
After being exposed to the pesticide chlorpyrifos only 20 hours prior, 10 Syngenta field workers were hospitalized with serious adverse health conditions.
Something in EOS’ Summer Fruit lip balms is making some people’s lips rash up, bleed and blister, resulting in a class action lawsuit against the company.
The European Patent Office (EPO) is revoking a patent Monsanto has held on non-GM melons, as Monsanto falsely claimed to engineer a virus-resistant melon.
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a bid by Nestle to throw out a lawsuit which holds the company liable for the use of child slave workers.