Sales of products carrying the Non-GMO Project Verified seal now total more than growing at more than 20% annually, reported the Non-GMO Project.
With more than $45 million poured in to defeat GMO labeling ballot initiatives in 2014, voters in Oregon and Colorado rejected ballot measures to label GMO foods.
A small group of multi-billion-dollar corporations have poured nearly $17 million into Colorado in to try to defeat Proposition 105.
The study, conducted by Dallas middle-school student Ria Chhabra, tracked the effects of organic and conventional diets on the health of fruit flies.
Nearly 90% of the global agricultural seed industry has been consolidated into a handful of multinational chemical pesticide companies.
University of Colorado professors who benefit from the multi-billion-dollar biotech industry do the community a disservice by spreading misinformation in their guest commentaries.
Compass Naturals has joined the California Right to Know initiative calling upon State of California voters to require mandatory labeling of genetically engineered foods.