Biotech company AquaBounty has sold its first shipments of a controversial genetically modified salmon in Canada after 25 years in regulatory limbo.
The FDA has blocked the import of genetically modified salmon until the agency publishes final label guidelines.
Researchers have developed a new breed of pig that is resistant to an incurable disease that plagues hogs barns, Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome.
The FDA made the announcement today, although it will likely be a while before the "frankenfish" hit supermarket shelves.
Four years after the FDA first considered a proposal to raise genetically modified salmon, no decision has been made. What gives?
Once a small and locally-focused struggle, the fight for GMO regulation is going national.
As genetically-modified salmon creep closer to being cleared to consume, two Alaskan senators are trying to stop the "frankenfish."
AquaBounty has received federal funding to genetically modify its salmon a move which has environmentalists up in arms.
Congress has banned the FDA from approving genetically-modified salmon for human consumption.
This week, engineered salmon is scrutinized by everyone except the FDA, carrot snack machines are a hit and the Iowa egg farmer's apologies fall to deaf ears.
One company's answer to crowded salmon farms and overfishing problems is to supplement the U.S. salmon supply by engineering a species of salmon.