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.
Glyphosate use has risen almost 15-fold since so-called “Roundup Ready,” genetically engineered glyphosate-tolerant crops were introduced in 1996.
Brazil first made head lines last fall when the Zika virus began to spread there. The country made headlines again when genetically modified mosquitos were released to try to control it.
American food companies love to say that they can’t label GMOs because it’s too expensive. It’s a lie.
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?
Campbell’s Soup has announced support for a national mandatory GMO labeling standard.
Veteran journalist, Carey Gillam, with more than 20 years of experience covering corporate America, with a special focus on corporate food and agricultural systems and policies, has joined U.S. Right to Know as Research Director.
FDA says the term “non-GMO” could be deceptive advertising.
One of the most compelling promises that Monsanto uses to justify GMOs and their pesticides is that they are needed to feed the world.
Sharyl Attkisson shows how astroturf, or fake grassroots movements funded by political, corporate, or other special interests very effectively manipulate and distort media messages.