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For consumers to embrace high-tech meat, producers must address sustainability concerns

For consumers to embrace high-tech meat, producers must address sustainability concerns

Garrett Broad | 
Plant-based and cultured meat producers see themselves promoting sustainability, promising healthier options in a world that demands convenience and good ...
Will California break with EPA and ban chlorpyrifos pesticide?

Will California break with EPA and ban chlorpyrifos pesticide?

Elizabeth Grossman | 
Approximately one million pounds of chlorpyrifos—about 20 percent of what’s used nationwide—are applied annually in California to dozens of food ...
Will CRISPR plant breeding be used for good — Or mostly to drive corporate profit?

Will CRISPR plant breeding be used for good — Or mostly to drive corporate profit?

Twilight Greenaway | 
This rapid-fire timing [of agribusiness mergers] may have been a coincidence, but it also may be a sign of what’s ...
Foodie movement leaders call for aggressive 'progressive' agenda to counter Trump

Foodie movement leaders call for aggressive ‘progressive’ agenda to counter Trump

... As of today, the president-elect has yet to nominate an agriculture secretary, but the food movement is rightly aghast ...
How are family farms faring as companies buy land to meet growing organic food demand?

How are family farms faring as companies buy land to meet growing organic food demand?

Naomi Starkman | 
Farmers... want to meet the growing demand for organic, but are faced with several challenges to increasing acreage. Most significantly ...

Nebraskan to Africans: ‘Green revolution’ to feed malnourished unnecessary, agroecology already working

Jennifer Lentfer | 
[S]mall farmers who sell their food locally still produce around 80 percent of the food in sub-Saharan Africa. But that ...
Does rootworm resistance to Bt corn symbolize failure of GMOs, industrial agriculture?

Does rootworm resistance to Bt corn symbolize failure of GMOs, industrial agriculture?

Doug Gurian-Sherman | 
In recent months, the rootworm has caused damage in fields planted with Bt corn, which is engineered to kill the ...

Regulations, patent dispute will determine CRISPR’s affordability, future in agriculture

Jesse Frost | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Plant breeders have long ...

Organic seed in short supply due to cost of production, intellectual property rights

Virginia Gewin | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. A new report . . ...
94 scientists back IARC's glyphosate assessment, may influence EPA review of herbcide

94 scientists back IARC’s glyphosate assessment, may influence EPA review of herbcide

Doug Gurian-Sherman | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. One year ago, an ...
FDA plans to begin testing foods for glyphosate residues

FDA plans to begin testing foods for glyphosate residues

Carey Gillam | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. The U.S. Food and ...
Are neonicotinoids in foods affecting our health?

Are neonicotinoids in foods affecting our health?

Elizabeth Grossman | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Neonicotinoids. . . have been ...

Did 2015 mark start of ‘transparency paradigm shift’ for Big Food?

Andy Bellatti | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Today’s big food and ...
Will food policy become part of national political dialogue?

Will food policy become part of national political dialogue?

Naomi Starkman | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Food is becoming political, ...

Crop diversity declining in US, but trend could be quickly reversed

Jennifer Balmer | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. A new study published last month ...
Claim GMO labeling opponents outspend pro-labeling groups 50 to 1

Claim GMO labeling opponents outspend pro-labeling groups 50 to 1

Elizabeth Grossman | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. The debate being waged ...

Grocery Manufacturers, biotech giants spend big bucks promoting GM salmon, voluntary GMO labeling laws

Elizabeth Grossman | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion, and analysis. Americans want a more ...

Food industry adapting to non-GMO product trend

Ken Roseboro | 
At the 2013 Institute of Food Technologists tradeshow, a supplier of non-GMO ingredients told me that the “non-GMO tsunami is ...

Ancient wheat relative Kernza resists diseases and pests without gene manipulation

Larissa Zimberoff | 
Kernza’s arrival has been a long time coming. The new grain variety from the Land Institute is derived from an ...

Organic farming nets higher income than conventional farming, despite lower yields

Elizabeth Grossman | 
According to a study published this week in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), organic agriculture earns farmers ...

Global trade agreements could affect what’s on your plate, including pesticides and GMOs

Elizabeth Grossman | 
International trade agreements may seem like a long way from what you’re making for dinner. But the two agreements on ...
Playing God? Many faiths agree that tinkering with genes is out of bounds

Playing God? Many faiths agree that tinkering with genes is out of bounds

Jonathan Frochtzwajg | 
Last fall, at the peak of the contentious, expensive fight over Oregon’s ballot measure to label genetically engineered foods, about ...

With organic sales booming, proponents aim to recruit more farmers to reduce reliance on foreign imports

Ken Rosenboro | 
While consumer demand for organic is booming, the supply of organic ingredients and agricultural products, particularly grains and animal feed, ...

Glyphosate takes another hit: Herbicides may lead to antibiotic resistance

Elizabeth Grossman | 
This has not been a good week for glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup and other herbicides. On Friday, the ...

Monsanto said to offer ‘sustainable solutions’ to arrest decades long monarch butterfly decline

Doug Gurian-Sherman | 
Monarch butterflies are in trouble. These popular insects, which have captured the public imagination with their several-thousand mile migrations, have ...

Cardboard tasting tomatoes? Cutting edge genetic breeding to the rescue

At Oregon State University (OSU), Oregon’s only land-grant university, Jim Myers is quietly pursuing some of the most exciting vegetable ...

GMO yeast: One solution to omega-3 decline in salmon

Clare Leschin-Hoar | 
When it comes to omega-3s, the message is clear: All salmon is a good choice. But that might soon change ...
Food Fight: Anti-GMO Friends of the Earth attacks study on deceptively marketed organic foods

Food Fight: Anti-GMO Friends of the Earth attacks study on deceptively marketed organic foods

Kari Hamerschlag | 
This article was written by Kari Hamerschlag, a former Latin studies major, who now works for the anti-GMO advocacy organization Friends ...