A New York Times investigation showing questionable gains from GMO crops over the last twenty years has sparked a new round of controversy.
A cluster of agriculture organizations has criticized Dannon’s plan to use fewer genetically modified ingredients, calling the move a “major step backward.”
The prospect of fewer, larger companies controlling so much of the basic food supply is giving some farmers and anti-trust advocates heartburn.
The federal agency says beef and poultry products may now be labeled as "non-GMO."
Despite a "sweetened" deal totaling $64 billion, the agrochemical giant rejected the new "incomplete and financially inadequate" Bayer offer.
The last time government agencies updated biotech regulations was 1992. Today a wave of new discoveries is breaking out of the old regulatory framework.
The bill outlaws states’ efforts to labels foods made with genetically-modified organisms and instead gives companies more leeway in disclosing GMOs.
A new law in Vermont requiring labels on genetically modified foods has gone into effect despite a months-long campaign in Congress to block the measure.
The agrochemical giant rejected Bayer's offer, but says it's open to further negotiations with the German pharmaceutical company.
A genetically modified mushroom could soon hit grocery store shelves, without governmental regulation or oversight.
A new report says the amount of land used to grow genetically modified food declined last year for the first time in two decades.
AquaBounty wants to repurpose a 38-year-old fish hatchery on Prince Edward Island to support its growing GMO salmon operation.
New research from the Scripps Institute for Oceanography says the monarch butterfly population may be beyond recovery in the next 20 years.
In this week's podcast, Jennifer Meta-Robinson describes why the placement of the apostrophe is important to her definition of "farmers' markets."
Activists are demanding an end to research on GMO bananas designed to fight vitamin A deficiency.
After a GMO labeling bill was blocked in the US Senate, big food companies announced plans to comply with Vermont's label law.
General Mills, Kellogg and Mars will start labeling foods produced with genetic engineering. That's all because of a Vermont law set to take effect July 1.
The U.S. Senate on Wednesday voted down federal legislation that would make state GMO label laws invalid.
Nicolette Hahn-Niman wants ranchers to change their practices to meet consumer demand. Radishes and kale on the plate. And, the GMO debate in Colorado.
The Senate Agriculture Committee voted in favor of a bill that would make labels voluntary for foods containing genetically modified ingredients.