Experts have joined forces to protect Vermont’s GMO Labeling Law from an aggressive legal challenge by the food industry.
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National Geographic hosted a dialogue between leading food, agriculture and policy experts on the future of food on our planet.
29 scientists reviewed over 800 peer-reviewed publications and urge more restrictions on pesticides that are harming bees.
The Texas Department of Agriculture requested permission to use the hazardous herbicide propazine to kill GMO herbicide resistant superweeds infesting its cotton.
Two key players discuss how Vermont became the first state to pass a law requiring GMO labeling.
The FDA is expected to approve genetically engineered salmon for human consumption. Who bears the risk and who gets rewarded?
On the one-year anniversary of the USDA’s announcement of finding an unapproved, GMO wheat in an Oregon field, the agency still has no answers.