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Is food journalism too uncritical of foodies like Michael Pollan?

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. This piece by Hermione Hoby ...

The true cost of GMO labeling may depend on whether food companies reformulate

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. According to Agri-Pulse: A new ...
California GMO labelling initiative is filed

Consumer comfort with GMOs linked to which companies thought to make them

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. The December 2015 edition of ...
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Need baseline risk to understand meat or other cancer scares

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. If you paid attention ...
Most people want government experts, not public opinion, to decide GMO labeling

Most people want government experts, not public opinion, to decide GMO labeling

I wanted to draw your attention to an aspect of the GMO labeling debate that you don't hear a lot about ...

Agriculture economist Jayson Lusk on why public is wary of GMOs

Washington Post | 
Just as more Americans grow wary of GMOs, the scientific community is moving in the opposite direction. There is now ...

What’s unintended consequence of companies removing GMOs on customers whim? Lost trust

Diet Pepsi is removing aspartame, Ben and Jerry's and Chipotle are removing GMOs. Pepsi dropping high fructose corn syrup in some ...
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Nassim Taleb is wrong: Black Swan more likely for non-GMO food than GM varieties

Much has been written about Nassim Taleb's coauthored paper arguing that the precautionary principle dictates that we should avoid GMOs because of ...

Pre-conceived beliefs about food labels can be as important as labels themselves

What we believe about a food's ingredients may have a biological effect on our bodies above and beyond the actual nutrient content. That ...

Agricultural economist challenges Iowa farmer’s claim that GMO corn disliked by cows, causes animal health problems

The Huffington post recently ran a story about Howard Vlieger, one Iowa farmer who became skeptical of effects of GMOs on his animal ...

Why we need GM wheat

New York Times | 
Three crops — corn, soybeans and wheat — account for a vast majority of the value of America’s agricultural crop ...

Food economist challenges pop anti-GMO activist Robyn O’Brian for fanning allergy scares in TED talk

Jayson Lusk, food and agriculture economist, critiques a TEDx talk by popular anti-GMO activist and author Robyn O'Brian in which ...

Lusk: Washington Initiative 522 on GMO labeling

Jayson Lusk | 
This time last year, California's Proposition 37 to label genetically engineered (GE) food ingredients was highly discussed. After a steady, ...

“Food police” routed, food movement failing

Wall Street Journal | 
As Americans tuck into their turkey and dressing on Thursday, they might add one little item to the list of ...
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