By: Oliver Tickell
An Australian farmer who tried to sue his neighbor after claiming his organic business was ruined after genetically-modified (GM) canola blew on to his fields will now have to pay over US$600,000 in costs after a stay of order was lifted.
By: Willy Blackmore
Not only will Mars label products made with genetically engineered ingredients, but it said it could support a federal mandatory labeling law.
By: Philip Brasher
By: Jill Richardson
I'm sick of writing about labeling genetically engineered foods.
A Vermont law requiring most genetically modified food to be labeled as such remains on schedule to take effect July 1. The U.S. Senate on Wednesday voted not to advance a bill that would have blocked such state laws.
By: John Fryar
Boulder County commissioners on Thursday directed county staff to draft a plan for phasing out the growing of genetically engineered crops on county-owned farmland.
By: Lisa Baertlein and Karl Plume
The U.S. Senate on Wednesday blocked a bill that would nullify state and local efforts to require food makers to label products made with genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, as the industry races to stop Vermont's law from taking effect on July 1.
By: Wenonah Hauter
By: Lydia Wheeler
The Senate is expected to take a procedural vote Wednesday on a controversial bill to block states from issuing mandatory labeling laws for foods with genetically modified organisms.