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Fears of GMO baby formula drive moms to buy contaminated breast milk online

Liz Dwyer | 
Shoes, groceries, furniture, plane tickets—we’re used to being able to buy pretty much whatever we want online. If a pair ...

Better organically-bred seeds could revolutionize food system

Kristin Ohlson | 
Wasn’t organic seed just seed plucked from plants grown without chemicals, and if so, what was the big deal? Even ...

Will GM wheat be accepted if killer fungus wipes out global wheat supplies?

Isabel Weisz | 
For bread fans everywhere—and millions of the world's most impoverished people—the debate over genetically modified crops just got trickier. A ...

Video: Ohio tenth grader’s anti-GMO mini-doc wins C-Span award

Willy Blackmore | 
Most people looking for answers about genetically modified organisms will simply take to the Internet. Andrew Demeter, a 10th grade student at Notre ...

Celebrity chef champions sustainable seafood, includes farmed salmon on menu

Clare Leschin-Hoar | 
Celebrity chef Rick Moonen was a champion of sustainable seafood long before it was the cool thing to do. When ...

Infant formula: Baby’s first GM food

Clare Leschin-Hoar | 
The following is an edited excerpt of a longer story. Find a link to the full story below. As You ...
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