Half a Million Consumers Sign Up to Boycott Brands that Refuse to Label GMOs

Via Organic Consumers Association and Common Dreams FINLAND, Minn. – The Organic Consumers Association (OCA) today called on US consumers to join the nearly 500,000 people who have already signed up to boycott brands that refuse to label… Read More

GMO Wheat Found in Washington State Could Hurt US Trade

Genetically modified wheat not approved for sale or commercial production in the United States has been found growing in a field in Washington state, according to the Associated Press. The spread of the GMO wheat poses a risk… Read More

Gene-edited Crops in the USA Slipping Through the Regulatory Net

The Third World Network is referencing a loophole in the USDA which has allowed numerous GE crops to go unregulated. In January of 2015 it was uncovered that the USDA allowed ArborGen’s GE loblolly Pine to go completely… Read More

Petition demanding Moratorium on approval of any and all genetically engineered product patents

Petition by Catie Faryl To be delivered to The United States House of Representatives, The United States Senate, and President Barack Obama We, the People, demand the Federal Government (including the White House, the U.S. Congress, the U.S…. Read More

PESTICIDE ACTION NETWORK: OUR GMO RULES NEED FIXING, MR. PRESIDENT

A new blog post by Marcia Ishii-Eiteman of Pesticide Action Network takes a critical stance on President Barack Obama’s lack of focus on reining in the power  of corporate agribusinesses like Monsanto. Last year, the White House released a… Read More

New Study Finds Genetically Engineered Alfalfa Has Gone Wild, Exposing Failure of “Coexistence” Policy

An excerpt from “Food For Thought,” the Center For Food Safety Blog. See the full article here. By Bill Freese Science Policy Analyst, Center for Food Safety A recent study by USDA scientists shows that genetically engineered (GE) alfalfa… Read More

Judge green lights whistleblower claim against USDA by pesticide researcher

The Washington Post recently reported that a prominent scientist in the USDA’s Agricultural Research Service has just cleared the first hurdle in an ongoing whistleblower claim against the agency. According to reporter Steve Volk, Judge Patricia M. Miller rejected the… Read More