A new report from the Organic Trade Association says bypassing GMOs is the number one motivating factor when it comes to Americans purchasing organic food.
Recently, the U.S. tried to indirectly force El Salvador into purchasing Monsanto’s genetically modified seeds. But El Salvador is fighting back.
A recent poll suggests 77 percent of residents in the Northwestern region of the U.S. would prefer that GMO-containing foods be labeled.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack wants to institute an extended barcode that would say whether a product contains genetically modified ingredients or not.
The French Risk’OGM project was intended to follow up on the Séralini study showing tumors in rats, but it seems biotech is causing the project to halt.
Congress members declared outright and out loud that they believe Americans are too stupid to read GMO labels were they to be mandatory.
Beyond Pesticides is asking the EPA to reject an emergency request by Texas farmers to use a controversial pesticide on GE cotton to control super weeds.
Steve Marsh is an organic farmer who lost a court case over GMO crop contamination, but is now appealing the ruling with support of several non-GMO groups.
A report from the UK House of Commons supports the British government’s plan to push GMO crops, though is silent on which crops will be grown.
Monsanto is refusing to release to the public lab tests on RoundUp as they are ‘secret’, which gave the company authority to use glyphosate in China.