In fight against Zika, British company Oxitec must seek approval from FDA for insects’ release into the wild following Monroe County referendum
By Dr. Mercola
For most of us, the issue of genetically modified food isn’t important enough to write our grocery lists around. While the idea of ingredients that have been scientifically engineered in order to survive diseases and be pest-resistant is hardly appetizing, proponents say they are a way to end world hunger, and there is no solid proof that they can harm us.
A coalition of fishing, consumer, and environmental groups have stated Thursday that the first-ever approval of laboratory-created food animal violated laws and ignored risks to wild salmon and fishing communities.
By: DJ Summers
A bill that would require genetically engineered fish to be labeled in Oregon has died in a Senate committee.
By: Elizabeth Grossman
By: Jason Best
It is, by far, the most heavily used herbicide in the country, and—guess what?—the Food and Drug Administration has absolutely no idea how much of it actually ends up on the food you eat.