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.
CNN’s Jake Tapper let Americans know that something had been slipped into our food by Monsanto.
The latest study on peanut allergy was manipulated to remove sensitive children from it and was partially funded by the peanut industry.
In a surprising turn of events, one of the leading voices for fixing our broken food system, Jamie Oliver, announced a partnership with the Gates Foundation.
2014 brought us to the realization that we need to refinance food through forcing the industry to recognize our power as consumers.
The GMO Dark Act sponsored by a Monsanto-backed politician would prevent GMO labeling by states.
Rumors are circulating that Starbucks teamed up with Monsanto to sue the state of Vermont over their law to label genetically engineered foods.
Win or lose, GMO Labeling initiatives have become a force to be reckoned with by the chemical industry.