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Organic & Non-GMO Report
This month's news from the genetically modified food debate
Updated: 15 min 45 sec ago
Poultry driving feed demand, cheap organic grain imports impact suppliers and farmers
Despite predictions of limited non-GMO feed supplies, McCarty Family Farms sources all the feed it needs to meet Dannon’s non-GMO commitment
Also becomes first restaurant chain to eliminate added colors, flavors, and preservatives in ingredients
A newly formed Organic Farmers Association (OFA) aims to represent organic farmers throughout the United States, lobby for their interests in Washington, DC and help advance organic agriculture nationwide.
“Helpful information with a high degree of confidence.” That’s what Larry Bohlen’s company, Health Research Institute (HRI) Laboratories, promises to individuals, farmers, government bodies and universities who want to test their urine, food products and soil for residues of the herbicide glyphosate.
Regenerative agriculture movement aims to go beyond sustainable and organic address to mitigate climate change, rebuild soils
The Bishops of PrairiErth Farm near Atlanta, Illinois have been selected as the 2017 Organic Farmers of the Year, a national honor presented this week at the annual MOSES Organic Farming Conference in La Crosse, Wisconsin.
The best things in life are often not new, but rediscoveries of traditions persisting in tucked-away corners, kept alive by wise guardians.
Whole Foods’ acceptance of IGEN™ non-GMO certification for supplements criticized by Non-GMO Project
Whole Foods’ recent announcement that it would accept Nutrasource Diagnostics’ IGEN GMO testing program for use on dietary supplement products met with criticism from the Non-GMO Project, which said the program could mislead consumers.
Environmental journalist wades into middle of GMO battle with Food Fight: GMOs and the Future of the American Diet
McKay Jenkins, who has written several books about environmentally related topics, is author of the new book, Food Fight: GMOs and the Future of the American Diet. Jenkins traveled throughout the U.S. interviewing scientists, farmers, and activists to get their perspectives on genetically modified farming and food.
A deeper look into the dubious claims that organic farmers use toxic pesticides
Food corn buyers say Syngenta’s Enogen GMO corn is contaminating non-GMO white corn fields, creating a “hotbed for disaster.”
Long-time organic community members say healing the rift will require mutual respect, trust, staying engaged, and realizing a common purpose.
Organic imports rise sharply as U.S. corn and soybean growers contemplate premiums, risk-reward scenarios
Plant-based food revolution is melding nutrition with technology
Within just a few weeks, two studies were published in the peer-reviewed journal Scientific Reports that cast new doubts on the safety of genetically modified foods and glyphosate herbicide.
A small but growing number of U.S. dairy producers are getting their milk products non-GMO verified to meet consumer demand and differentiate themselves in a challenging dairy market.
A test of corn growth performance in Ohio found that non-GMO corn produced yields that were competitive with genetically modified corn varieties, which is counter to biotechnology industry claims that GM crops produce higher yields than non-GMO.
Netaka White has made a career of producing useful items from raw materials, but his latest venture represents a particularly broad leap: from crushing canola and sunflower oils to generate on-farm biodiesel, to filtering and cold-pressing non-GMO streams of those oils to create tasty, aromatic, and nutritious culinary oils.
The following companies are offering contracts to farmers to grow non-GMO and organic grains in 2017.