Glyphosate and other chemicals found in herbicides like Roundup are harming freshwater ecosystems, particularly a type of green algae.
Economist Jim O’Neill has finally released a report which lays out a plan for tackling the dire problem of antimicrobial resistance.
New guidance recommends exposing at-risk infants to certain allergenic foods to prevent a future allergy. Check out this research.
A Penn State University researcher has created a genetically modified mushroom using CRISPR technology, allowing it to sidestep USDA regulations of GMOs.
Vermont Attorney General Bill Sorrell says food manufacturers who “willfully violate” the state’s GMO labeling law, set to go into effect July 1, will be hit in the wallet.
Trace amounts of glyphosate herbicide have been found in 100% of California wines tested and 14 brands of beer in Germany.
To comply with Vermont’s GMO labeling initiative, Kellogg’s and Mars have announced that they will be labeling their products if they contain genetically modified ingredients.
Farmers may now freely plant a new strain of genetically engineered, Monsanto-made corn that is resistant to the herbicides dicamba and glufosinate.
France approved a plan last week that would ban the use of neonicotinoid pesticides that have been blamed for harming the bee population.
GM modified to fight Zika may soon be released in Florida after the FDA said it believes the creatures are safe for people or the environment.
Key evidence of glyphosate’s toxicity has been withheld from the WHO’s IARC as a “trade secret,” and sparking a conflict between the EU and US.
Hillary Clinton’s unyielding support for GMOs was once again revealed recently when she was quoted on the Cornell Alliance for Science website.
Minnesota and North Dakota are offering farmers three years of transitional support to move to organic crop production and certification. Farmers would ditch GMOs and toxic pesticides and herbicides.
The Sausalito Marin City School District in California is the first school district in the nation to serve its students completely organic meals.
Yoplait and Dannon are displeased with a new ad campaign by Chobani that calls out the companies for putting artificial ingredients in its low-cal yogurts.
Could there be any truth to one man’s belief that Chipotle’s multiple outbreaks of E. coli, salmonella and norovirus were the result of bioterrorism?
A column in the New England Journal of Medicine calls for a new review of herbicides, saying regulators have been relying on flawed and outdated research.