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Investigation Finds GMO Crops Show 'No Discernible Advantage'
October 31, 2016
The New York Times has reviewed data on GMO crops that reveal the technology is not only falling short of…
Dannon Responds to Farmers Criticizing GMO Labeling Decision
October 21, 2016
Dannon has responded to farmer criticism of its April GMO labeling pledge, citing consumer preference as a major influence.
USDA Approves 3rd GMO Apple
September 30, 2016
There's another GMO apple soon to hit the market: the Arctic fuji is designed to reduce browning after the flesh…
ConAgra to Label GMOs in 45 Major Food Brands
March 24, 2016
It’s been a banner week for the GMO labeling movement. After General Mills announced last week that it would begin…
Campbell's Soup Cans Its Anti-GMO Labeling Position, Reveals GMOs in Its Products and Supports Labeling
January 11, 2016
Campbell's Soup changed its position in the debate over labeling GMOs. It not only says its food contains GMOs, but…
Soylent Says It's 'Pro GMO' When It Really Should Be Pro Food
December 10, 2015
Soylent loves to create controversy with its meal replacement products. The latest stunt is its "Pro GMO" billboards.
Is ‘GMO-Free’ the Next Big (Meaningless) Marketing Gimmick?
September 25, 2015
GMO-free labels are popping up everywhere, and customers are embracing the shift—but is the label claim being misused?
USDA Approves Second Variety of Simplot's GMO Potatoes
September 2, 2015
J.R. Simplot has received USDA approval for its GMO potatoes engineered to resist the potato famine pathogen.
Genetically Modified Pests? Monsanto Working on Pesticide that Manipulates Insects Directly
August 21, 2015
Monsanto wants to release a pesticide spray that kills pests and weeds by silencing the genes that help them to…
scotland bans gmos
August 12, 2015
GMO crops can no longer be cultivated in Scotland, government officials announced.