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Organic & Non-GMO Report
This month's news from the genetically modified food debate
Updated: 1 hour 6 sec ago
Fast-growing Mexican food chain is removing GMOs from foods
Washington State’s Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed suit alleging that the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) violated the state’s campaign disclosure laws.
Supporters and opponents clash over GMO health risks, impact on farmers, and labeling
Increased volume, competition, and monopoly complaints are pushing changes at the Non-GMO Project.
New herbicide tolerant GM crops will increase herbicide use by 800 million pounds
Grain supplier says Syngenta’s Enogen GMO corn threatens food processors, corn markets, and farmers’ rights to grow non-GMO
Ignacio Chapela says people must challenge the false “stories” of genetic engineering
Aleisha Gibbons was simply looking for steady access to reasonably priced, year-round, local, organic food.
Uncle Matt’s Organic uses wasps, nutrients and botanical oils to combat OJ scourge
As the November vote nears on Washington State’s initiative 522 to label genetically engineered foods, supporters and opponents are intensifying their efforts to win the state’s voters.
Powerful new documentary opens in theaters nationwide this fall
Non-GMO feed suppliers say demand is strong but more supply is needed
As hundreds of products get non-GMO verified every month in anticipation of the retailer’s 2018 GMO labeling deadline, Whole Foods’ long-term focus is on organic and beyond
Unique process creates organic, non-GMO, nutrient-rich supplements from farm fresh foods
How an “emeritus professor” resorted to insults when I disputed his GMO “facts”
Non-GMO Future conference addresses challenges and opportunities of verifying nutritional supplements and vitamins as non-GMO
One of the claims of proponents of genetically modified crops is that the introduction of GM seeds increases farmers’ choice when it comes to choosing seeds to grow.
About 20% of companies exhibiting at IFT Expo 2013 sell non-GMO ingredients
GMO-Free Connecticut’s Tara Cook-Littman describes how she and her team helped pass the first bill to label genetically engineered foods in the United States.