Great news for New Yorkers who want to know if their food contains genetically modified organisms – a GMO labeling bill is a step closer to passing!
Judge Kwadwo Yeboah ruled for a temporary halt on any further commercialization and development of GMOs in Ghana. Will the ban remain?
A Californian farmer is blowing other farmers away, making $100K/acre by using both ancient and cutting-edge farming skills that do not require pesticides.
On March 3rd, Brazil will make a decision about genetically modified trees that could change the planet. We must send a resounding message – No GE trees!
The Food Network is helping Monsanto with their PR campaign by airing commercials with the same message as their anti-GMO labeling campaigns.
Championing consumers and retailers of the United States are refusing to buy Kellogg’s and Kashi, as they commit food fraud and sell GMO-laden foods.
Poland’s largest farmer uprising ever has occurred as tractors took to the roads in protest of GMO infiltration and land grabs by biotech corporations.
The Hawaiian people made a dramatic statement on January 21st in front of the capitol building in Honolulu – stop poisoning paradise with GMOs!
Bad news: so-called ‘healthy’ Frito-Lays SunChips have just tested positive for a popular herbicide chemical as well as GMO ingredients.
We are looking at a completely safe, natural technology that my soon replace toxic pesticides – and it can be found in the unsuspecting mushroom.
Due to failing crops and massive consumer demand for organic food, many conventional farmers are turning away from GMO crops in 2015.
That BIG problem with GMOs is that you can’t recall genetically modified corn, soy, or other GM crops. Once they are unleashed, there is no turning back.
It’s unfortunate, but babies who receive federally-funded WIC assistance are usually provided with formula comprised of toxic GMO ingredients. Make it stop.
In a recent survey, the issue of genetically modifying the food supply was named one of the top stories influencing behavior in Americans under 40.
The sugar beet industry of Idaho is trying to pass a bill prohibiting the mandatory labeling of food products made with genetically modified ingredients.
From propaganda to legal shenanigans, we as a collective need to know what we are up against in the fight for our food. Here are 8 reasons Monsanto wins.
State representatives in Arizona have proposed a measure that would require food manufacturers to label some genetically modified foods – though not all.