Rick Friday is not only a hero to farmers around the country, but increasingly a hero to American families, too.
The Monsanto-sponsored DARK Act is raising its head again to “support” GMO labeling but with QR “smart codes” instead of plain English.
Rep. Lamar Smith, R-Texas, announced his committee is launching an investigation into the EPA’s temporary release of a suspect report on glyphosate.
The Environmental Protection Agency’s ongoing risk assessment of the world’s most widely used herbicide is starting to generate more questions than answers.
Meet Rick Friday, a cartoonist who was just fired for highlighting the fact that in 2015, the CEOs of Monsanto, Dupont Pioneer, and John Deere made more money than 2,129 Iowa farmers
The Senate released the newest version of the DARK Act, the anti-GMO labeling bill backed by Monsanto, the Grocery Manufacturers Association, and their Big Food allies.
Despite Monsanto’s efforts to discredit them, consumers overwhelmingly support GMO labels on foods. And they are voting with their wallets.
Erin Schrode is an activist, community organizer and advocate for environmental action, social justice, public health and responsible consumption—who just announced her campaign to run for US Congress.
America needs a new food economy. We spend more than any other country on the planet on health care and disease management.
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?