Pro-GMO labeling advocates are gaining ground, opponents of GMO labeling took their money and influence to Washington, D.C.
The FDA on November 19 approved the world’s first genetically engineered animal for human consumption.
In a 5 to 4 decision, Hawaii County Council voted on December 17 to appeal a decision by a U.S. Magistrate Judge.
After an official recount, Oregon’s Secretary of State announced on December 16 that Measure 92 to require mandatory labeling of GMO foods in the state was defeated.
Just 10 corporations are responsible for more than $13 million of the $14.3 million total contributed to kill the Colorado GMO labeling bill.
Food giants General Mills and Post Foods both announced in the same month that their flagship Original Cheerios and Original Grape Nuts cereals will now say “Non-GMO” on the label.
What’s next for consumers and industry after November's narrow election loss of the I-522 GMO labeling bill in Washington State?
A growing body of published scientific research shows clear and present risks to humans, animals and the environment as a result of GMOs.
The anti-GMO labeling side won by a slim 2% of the vote, but they won dirty.
The March Against Monsanto held on May 25 drew more than 2 million people to protest chemical giant Monsanto and the genetically engineered seeds it produces.
This 60-second video, produced by Boulder-based Whizzbang Studios and Compass Natural Marketing, made its debut at a GMO labeling seminar and press conference held on March 7, 2013.
This past month marked a number of important developments in the ongoing debate to label genetically engineered or GMO foods, including the following news items.
With the overall economy showing signs of recovery, Boston-based investment banking firm Canaccord Genuity is bullish on the natural and organic products industry.