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The First GMO Apple Will Hit Grocery Stores This February
In a handful of midwestern grocery stores.
FDA Concludes New GMO Pink Pineapples at Least Won’t Kill You
Del Monte got the all-clear to sell its mutant fruit.
New Report Suggests GMOs Have Had Zero Effect on Lowering Pesticide Use
Or, for that matter, increased crop yields.
President Obama Signs America’s First GMO-Labeling Bill Into Law
It abolishes Vermont’s rules with a federal set allowing food companies to use QR codes.
Scientists Engineered a Tomato That Doesn’t Get Mushy
One upside to genetically modified fruit.
Congress Passes the Nation’s First GMO-Labeling Requirement
Obama is expected to sign the bill, overriding Vermont’s state law.
Senate Passes America’s First GMO-Labeling Bill
It now moves to the House, despite having critics on both sides of the aisle.
German Drug Company Offers $62 Billion for Monsanto to Merge
This would create the world’s largest agricultural supplier.
Top Scientific Panel Says GMOs Aren’t Risky
They’re not harmful, but they’re also not yielding more crops.
The World Actually Grew Fewer GMOs Last Year
Data shows the number of acres dropped one percent in 2015.
Senate Blocks Anti-GMO-Labeling Bill
The lawmakers rejected the so-called “DARK Act.”
Un-Bruisable GMO Potatoes Are One Small Step Away From the Market
The FDA has given its stamp of approval.
Campbell’s Will Be the First Food Company to Label GMOs
It could reportedly result in cosmetic changes to 75 percent of products.
Russia Wants to Be the Biggest Producer of Organic Food
Putin has unveiled his five-year plan.
Even More Retailers Are Refusing to Sell Genetically Modified Salmon
Costco and Red Lobster are the latest ones to pass.
The FDA Just Approved Genetically Modified Salmon for Human Consumption
The biotech company behind the fish says it could be on the market in two years.
Science Can Now Make Pretty Much Any Fruit Bigger
Geneticists say that they can rewire the genetic sequences of plants.
Neil deGrasse Tyson Has a Message for GMO-Haters
“If you’re the complainer type, go back and eat the apples that grow wild.”
Grape-Nuts Goes Non-GMO Verified, Loses Basic Nutrients
Say good-bye to your morning riboflavin.
General Mills Announces Original Cheerios Have Gone GMO-Free
“It was never about pressure.”
Chipotle Introducing Tofu Burritos
The new “Sofritas” filling is available on the West Cost.
New ‘GMO-Free’ Label Approved by Agriculture Department
Did your chicken ever eat transgenic alfalfa sprouts? Now you’ll know.
California to Vote on Whether GMOs Need Their Own Label
Nearly one million signatures were collected for a ballot measure that supports labeling.
Move Over Pink Slime: Now Granola’s Toxic, Too
First of all it’s not even “natural,” and second, it’s totally loaded with pesticides.
Nudie Bar Patron Shot In the Neck; Conscientious Panda Express Tests Recipes It
Plus: Recreating long-lost family recipes requires detective work and discerning palate; and Panera is planning more pay-optional locations, all in our morning news roundup.
Sly Stone Living on Food Donations; Chains Turn Their Backs on Booze
Despite potential profits, a Cabernet just doesn’t pair well with a value meal.