California-based Harrington Investments warned Monsanto they have significant lawsuits waiting to happen, but Monsanto rejected the study proposal.
A new study has found RNA in the livers of people who ate rice. What does that mean for GMO giants like Monsanto?
The EPA found that GM corn from Monsanto might be losing effectiveness in battling rootworm.
From food recalls to the great GMO debate to Michelle Obama's shifting focus, 2011 was a busy year for food news.
Four states have found rootworm damage to their corn crops despite using Monsanto's genetically-modified seeds, and the EPA is not happy.
A French administrative body overturned a ban on Monsanto genetically-modified seeds -- but how long will it stay in effect?
In part two of the Earth Eats interview with Joel Salatin, he talks about what's wrong with food regulation from the standpoint of the small farmer.
Bad news for Midwest corn growers -- a new study has found some pests have developed an immunity to Monsanto's genetically-altered corn seeds.
A group of organic farmers are suing Monsanto to contest their patent on genetically modified seeds.
The Gates Foundation hopes to address hunger in developing nations by financing agricultural research. But beware - Monsanto is involved.
After the deregulation of alfalfa, organic consumer groups are divided on where to place the blame.
Documents published by WikiLeaks show that diplomats aggressively lobbied the EU and the Vatican to buy US GMO crops.
Ruling in favor of whom? In Monsanto v Geerston Farms, the US Supreme Court issues the first ever ruling in a genetically modified crop case.
Weeds are not the only things becoming resistant to popular chemical pesticides, insect populations are affected as well.
A New York Times article reports at least 10 species of weeds in 22 states have built up resistance to the Monsanto's popular pesticide, Roundup.
The U.S Department of Justice meets in Iowa this weekend to consider whether the size of big ag companies could be in violation of federal anti-trust regulation
Guest Patricia Eddy of CookLocal.com reviews filmmaker Robert Kenner's recent look at the underbelly of the American food industry: Food, Inc.