Food Agriculture

The herbicide has triggered a cycle of super weeds resistant to Roundup, which then means more Roundup is needed to try to kill the hardy weeds. Photo credit: Shutterstock

A new study led by scientists from the Arctic University of Norway has detected “extreme levels” of Roundup...
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herbicide

| March 27, 2014
Brazilian officials have asked the country's justice department to suspend the use of glyphosate...
gmocorn

| March 26, 2014
Six months after China started rejecting shipments of corn made with genetically modified organisms...
The ASA also told Monsanto to "ensure that it holds proper substantiation for its advertising claims” or risk attracting further sanctions. Photo credit: March Against Monsanto South Africa Facebook Page

| March 24, 2014
Monsanto was ordered to immediately withdraw an unsubstantiated radio ad that touted the benefits of...
gmolabel

| March 21, 2014
An effort to label foods made with genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in Hawaii was...
surfingforchange

| March 20, 2014
Some of the world’s greatest surfers convened on the North Shore of Oahu to protest against...
salmonss

| March 19, 2014
For years, environmentalists advised consumers to steer clear of farmed salmon, but now...
gmo

| March 19, 2014
The high court overturned a major challenge by mainstream biotech, pesticide and grocery interests when it...
corn

| March 17, 2014
The French government, which argues GE crops present environmental risks, kept pushing to institute the new ban even after...
gmo

| March 14, 2014
The fight has some state attorneys general worried if labeling laws would survive court challenges brought on by food producers...
gmo

| March 11, 2014
Nearly 400,000 farmers, health professionals and concerned Americans joined together on Tuesday and urged the...
starbucks

| March 10, 2014
Starbucks, the world's largest coffee chain with more than 20,000 locations in 62 countries, uses milk from cows that are fed GMO...

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