Consumer Protection Group Applauds FDA Ban on Trans Fats, but Undermines GMO Labeling Movement…

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On June 16, 2015, the FDA announced partially hydrogenated oils (a primary source of trans fat) will no longer be allowed in food unless authorized by the agency, due to their health risks Continue reading

The Surprising Leading Contributor to Pollution: Agriculture

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The modern agricultural system is responsible for putting more carbon dioxide into the atmosphere than the actual burning of fossil fuels Continue reading

Exclusive: Has GMO Alfalfa Already Contaminated Non-Alfalfa Fields?

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Despite a strong and vocal opposition, genetically engineered Roundup-resistant alfalfa was approved in late 2011. Conventional alfalfa farmers were concerned that their conventional alfalfa would be contaminated through cross-pollination

When Roundup Ready alfalfa Continue reading

Oregon Set to Ban GM Salmon and Mandate GMO Labeling

All across the country, people are rising up and demanding that the foods they eat be properly identified and honestly labeled. And the constituency of the state of Oregon is no exception, where a trio of legislative bills recently introduced would require that all genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) be properly labeled, as well as prohibit the import and sale of GM salmon, the first transgenic animal to ever Continue reading