Next generation GMOs are entering the food chain without regulation, claiming to be “non-transgenic”
“Regenerative agriculture” is a buzzworthy phrase being thrown around by the food industry, similar to the way the word “sustainability” has been in years past.
Give employees an extra hour at lunch on Election Day to go out and exercise their right to vote, to participate in this democracy that our ancestors, advocates, and military have fought so hard to protect.
More drugs are given to North Carolina animals used in our meat supply than are given to all Americans.
Wall Street needs to be asking these multinational food companies what they are doing to build out their supply chains to ensure that they have the ingredients to meet the demand.
Rick Friday posted this image on his Facebook page. What happens when there are no farmers left? And if less than 1% of our farmland is organic, we end up importing the food that Americans want to eat.
The Grocery Manufacturers Association is the voice of more than 300 leading food, beverage and consumer product companies, but will it be a relic of the 20th century?
Consumers have sent a strong response to the use of glyphosate: 8 in 10 households in the U.S. now purchase some organic food (because by law, glyphosate is not allowed to be used on organic crops).
How might Monsanto have influenced Henry Miller, back in the early 1990s when he was the first director of FDA’s Office of Biotechnology?
I first met Frances Fisher when I was invited by Marianne Williamson to speak at one of her campaign events. Marianne was running for Congress in 2014, and like many, she was beyond frustrated that our food system wasn’t part of the health care debate. After all, true health care is directly tied to the…