What we have to label as “organic food” here in the United States is more or less called “food” in other countries.
Last week, a friend died. There was no long, drawn-out illness, no last good-byes. He was 41, married, with two little boys and had a heart attack. And like that, his circle of friends was left standing with a hole in it and an unshakeable sadness.
One of the most compelling promises that Monsanto use to justify GMOs and their pesticides is that they are needed to feed the world.
A legal loophole exists at FDA, where ingredients that are labeled GRAS (generally recognized as safe) get a free pass through the regulatory system.
Major food processors have been eliminating food dyes overseas, but not in the US.
A growing number of Americans are learning about Monsanto, the chemical company that has genetically engineered our food to withstand increasing doses of their chemicals.
A study reveals that living in the United States increases your risk of allergies “significantly.”
CNN’s Jake Tapper let Americans know that something had been slipped into our food by Monsanto.
Cancer doesn’t care who we are, where we are from or what side of the aisle we are on.
Approximately 30 million children are affected by health issues related to food allergies. How do we go about remedying this?