A look at the escalating growth of Annie’s versus the collapsing growth of Kellogg’s tells the GMO vs Non-GMO story from the viewpoint of what food buyers truly want.
The food industry’s claim that GMO labeling will raise food costs can be easily disproved. The real reason for their opposition is a much bigger fear on their part.
Biotech companies oppose GMO labeling claiming to the FDA that their products are the same as non-gmo. But they also claim patents for unique properties and features. Which is it?
A recent study shows that animals found in the US food supply are harmed by the consumption of GMOs in corn and soy animal feed.
The landscape of food has changed. Not only is it available 24/7 and marketed to us using mobile apps and Internet games, but it is also full of lots of ingredients that just didn’t exist when we were kids. So while our food may look the same, it now contains artificial, engineered and genetically altered…
As the United States wrestles over whether or not genetically engineered foods should be labeled (as they have been in other countries since their introduction in the 1990s), a new report shows that 73% of those polled think that the planting of these same ingredients should be banned altogether in the European Union. So what gives? Why…
We have a right to know if there are GMOs in our foods. Period.
GMO foods look the same as regular foods on the outside, but its what’s underneath that is important.