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It's considered "probably carcinogenic to humans" by the WHO.
The head of a Chinese spy ring is facing trial next month for stealing agricultural technology.
A consortium of industry forces tries to explore their cinematic side.
The award favors industrialized farming.
Monsanto and the Gates Foundation are big donors.
Two tough adversaries.
The GMO strain of wheat was never approved.
Trouble at the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Monsanto et al better watch out.
The opposition raised over $43 million to convince voters their grocery costs would sky-rocket.
The paper stands in direct opposition to Alice Waters, Michael Pollan, and Mario Batali.
Nearly one million signatures were collected for a ballot measure that supports labeling.
After Chipotle airs a Super Bowl ad, The Golden Arches addresses the confinement of pigs.
Plus: Bon Appetit hits the iPad; and a smooch gets you a buy-one-get-one-free dealy at Qdoba today, all in our morning news roundup.
Surveillance and raids on Rawsome and a Ventura farmer went "too far" the involved agencies admit.
• Sunset mag's Celebration Weekend in Menlo Park will feature a "Street Food Alley." [SFoodie] • This man has eaten at the same restaurant in New York (Sardi's) consistently for 77 years. [NYT] • Cowgirl Creamery wins Small Business of...
Seeds destined for Haiti come under fire while the inventor of popcorn shrimp has a new food-adjustment.