National Organic Standards Board voted to go back to the drawing board with the goal to come up with specific definitions on what can and can’t be certified.
Harvest Public Media attempts answer your questions about the 2016 presidential election, beginning with the candidates’ views on GMOs.
Sales of food labeled "non-GMO" are booming, and it's starting to annoy organic food companies.
Many food companies began labeling food that has genetically-modified ingredients in anticipation of a Vermont law that kicked in July 1.
Consumers may view GMO disclosure labels much like surgeon general’s warnings on cigarette packages, despite a recent study showing GMO crops are safe to eat.
A new report from the National Academy of Sciences knocked down some pro-GMO claims, and urged federal agencies to change the way these foods are regulated.
CRISPR technology deletes segments of an organism’s own genome to engineer the expression of a particular trait.
What are GMO labels, and what do they tell you? Here are three things you should know, from the reporters at Harvest Public Media.
When we think we’re talking about GMOs, are we really talking about them at all? Or do they serve more as a proxy?
Breakfast hasn't always been considered the most important meal of the day. We bake biscuits and a savory Swiss chard pie. And, the sharing economy on the farm.
Consumer advocacy groups have sounded the alarm for years about defining the word "natural" in natural foods, and the FDA is listening -- again.
In a surprise move, some U-S Senate Democrats have joined Republicans in support of a bill that requires labeling food with genetically-modified ingredients.
Many food companies are seeking certification that their products don’t have any genetically modified ingredients, and not just brands in the health food aisle.
On Election Day, GMOs are a hot topic in Colorado, Oregon and Maui.
Without labeling, how difficult is it to identify products containing GMOs?
Opponents of labeling genetically modified organisms boosted their spending in 2014 as states considered labeling laws.
Vermont's bill differs from bills passed in Connecticut and Maine as it doesn't contain a clause that requires other states to pass similar measures.
For our first show of 2014, we're looking at ways to reduce food waste, from composting to making vegetable stock.
With rootworms building resistance to GM corn that makes its own pesticide, seed companies are working on new crops that target the insects’ genes.
After an aggressive media campaign from opponents, voters in Washington state are on the brink of rejecting a proposal to require labels on GMO foods.