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Russia to tighten reigns on GMO industry

Russia will soon adopt a tough legislation to limit the cultivation, importation and use of GMO in feed production for ...

UK, Kenya, China: doing the GMO two-step

Gotta love the candor of UK Environment Secretary Owen Paterson, who reportedly called consumer opposition to genetically modified (GM) food ...

How the food movement is gaining strength

More and more people are realizing that our food chain is in crisis. Agribusiness has made profits more important than ...

“We’re not backing down,” says Pamm Larry, who led the charge to get Prop 37 on the ballot

One of the pro-37 campaigners [was] none other than Pamm Larry, the now internationally known grandmother from Chico who initiated ...

Honeybee epigenetics may explain why bees are so sensitive to environmental changes

Scientists from the University of Sheffield, Queen Mary, University of London and the Australian National University, have found that honeybees ...

Uganda must beware of GM foods

 The government of Uganda is in final stages of introducing Genetically Modified (GM) crops in the country as a quick ...

UK: GM food row sparked by DEFRA minister’s support

The row about genetically modified (GM) food re-ignited this week after a government minister said there were “real environmental benefits” associated with ...

Canada: Food security and GM food regulation growing issues

Food security a growing issueNorth Shore NewsRichmond, Powell River, Salt Spring Island, Nelson, Rossland and Kaslo have enacted bylaws banning ...

Arctic GMO apple: Is it getting closer?

Is the GMO apple getting closer to reality? I talked to one source this week who believes the USDA decision on the GMO ...

‘Golden Rice’ scandal tarnishes ethics committee

'Golden Rice' scandal tarnishes ethics committeeGlobal TimesThe results of an investigation into the infamous experiment of "Golden Rice," a genetically ...

Speed up roll-out of GM crops, says British prime minister

Source – The Telegraph (UK) By Christopher Hope Date – Dec 10, 2012 Website – www.telegraph.co.uk European Union bureaucrats are ...

Scottish government responds to UK minister’s pro-GM comments

In view of the UK Food Minister's pronouncements on GM today ('Food minister Owen Paterson backs GM crops') we publish ...

New evidence of Prop 37 voting fraud?

After election day most of us heard that Prop 37, the initiative to label GMO foods failed to gather enough ...

ABC’s Jim Avila launches another fishy food attack

ABC's Avila Launches Fishy Food AttackBeef Magazine (blog)“Avila began his attack on AquaBounty in almost the exact same way that ...

Seralini paper to blame for Kenya’s GMO ban

Seralini Paper Influences Kenya Ban of GMO ImportsForbesBags containing 'MON 810', a variety of genetically modified maize (corn) developed by ...
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UK food minister backs GM crops

Telegraph.co.ukFood minister Owen Paterson backs GM cropsTelegraph.co.ukThe Coalition has so far allowed small-scale cultivation trials for GM food but its ...

Cheerios anti-GM attacks demonstrate a need for food transparency

General Mills' Cheerios Facebook Page Morphs into an Anti-GMO CampaignTriple PunditConsumers focused on the issue of transparency and right-to-know, and ...

Anti-GM activists rally in India

Campaign against genetically modified food products takes rootTimes of IndiaCHANDIGARH: Even as MNCs are trying to woo various state governments ...

Vermont ‘prioritizes’ GMO food labeling law

Debate over GMO labeling law in VermontWCAXWhen University of Vermont student Danielle Piraina heads to the grocery store, she steers ...

Indian farmer calls for access to biotechnology

Farming in India has reached a very crucial phase.  In a scenario of rising consumption needs and aspirations, and dwindling ...

Costa Rica battles Monsanto over GMO corn

(NaturalNews) With the exception of about 1,000 acres of land that have been devoted to the cultivation of transgenic crops ...

How to build a better tomato using genetics

Since plants were first grown for food, farmers, and more recently plant breeders, have selected their best plants, saved the ...

China sacks three officials for GMO rice test

China sacks three officials for GMO rice test: XinhuaNBCNews.com (blog)By Reuters. China has fired three officials for testing genetically modified ...

Can the damage from agenda-driven junk science be undone?

But can the damage from the Seralini corn study be undone? It is far more probable that this “cancer link” ...

Agrochemical industry interest in GMOs “threatens independent science”

Today, independent science is threatened with extinction. While this is true in every field, it is the field of food ...

Costa Rica: March against Monsanto GMOs reaches San Jose, decision stalled

After a one week, 200-kilometer journey which began in Gauancaste, marchers fighting against a plan that would introduce genetically modified ...

Crop contamination from GMOs: USDA suggests sticking small farmers with the bill

A U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) advisory board has developed a roadmap on how farmers whose crops become cross-contaminated by ...

GMO regulation: Politicians meddling with little regard for science

Be it salmon, eggplant or BPA, the United States, India or France, politicians have insinuated themselves into the regulatory process ...