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Did Monsanto Hire Online Trolls to Attack Critics?
A pending lawsuit makes the allegation.
New Report Suggests GMOs Have Had Zero Effect on Lowering Pesticide Use
Or, for that matter, increased crop yields.
German Drug Company Offers $62 Billion for Monsanto to Merge
This would create the world’s largest agricultural supplier.
A Farming Cartoonist Was Fired for Joking About Big Agriculture
Highly paid CEOs don’t have a sense of humor.
The FDA Will Finally Test Food for Traces of the Weed Killer Roundup
It’s considered “probably carcinogenic to humans” by the WHO.
10 Takeaways About the Secret World of Corn Espionage
The head of a Chinese spy ring is facing trial next month for stealing agricultural technology.
Here’s the Trailer for
, a Down-Home Food Doc Brought to
A consortium of industry forces tries to explore their cinematic side.
Surprise! Monsanto Executive Wins World Food Prize
The award favors industrialized farming.
6 Things to Know About the World Food Prize’s Politics
Monsanto and the Gates Foundation are big donors.
Maine Lawmakers Push Hard for GMO Food Labels
The bill has bipartisan support.
Connecticut Approves First Broad GMO Labeling Bill; New York Rejects Another
The Latest Opponents of GMOs: Chuck Norris and Ben & Jerry’s
Two tough adversaries.
Wheat From Chaff
Japan Refuses U.S. Wheat After Discovery of Unapproved GMO Strain in Oregon
The GMO strain of wheat was never approved.
Wheat From Chaff
Dietician Dismissed From Policy Group Pointed Out Other Members’ GMO Food
Trouble at the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Pollan on 37: ‘It Will Continue and Get Very Expensive’
Monsanto et al better watch out.
Proposition 37 Defeated By 53% of California Voters
The opposition raised over $43 million to convince voters their grocery costs would sky-rocket.
Recommends Voting ‘No’ on Prop. 37
The paper stands in direct opposition to Alice Waters, Michael Pollan, and Mario Batali.
California to Vote on Whether GMOs Need Their Own Label
Nearly one million signatures were collected for a ballot measure that supports labeling.
McDonald’s Pressures Pork Supplier; Qdoba Offers Free Food to Kissing Customers
After Chipotle airs a Super Bowl ad, The Golden Arches addresses the confinement of pigs.
Former Genuardi’s Markets to Become Weis; Mickey D’s Shuns Hog
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.
S.M. Farmers Market Donates Food to Occupy L.A.; Authorities Went Overboard in
Surveillance and raids on Rawsome and a Ventura farmer went “too far” the involved agencies admit.
Wants In on the Street Food Thing; Monsanto Wants to Donate
Choke-Proof Hot Dog Revealed; Monsanto Draws Criticism for Haiti Plans
Seeds destined for Haiti come under fire while the inventor of popcorn shrimp has a new food-adjustment.
Benno Needs a Restaurant Name; Cook-off at Rikers Island
Plus: food activists unimpressed with Monsanto, and pretzels: so hot right now, all in our morning news roundup.
Ka-Carlos Shutters; Food Activists Unimpressed with Monsanto
Plus: Americans prefer bolder flavors, and NBA logos get edible, all in our morning news roundup.
Blame 76ers Guard for Promoter Bill; Food Activists Unimpressed with Monsanto
Plus: American palates shift, and the NBA goes edible.
Gordon Ramsay Plans T.V. Show on the Subcontinent; San Diego Garden Unites
A television chef looks to a new year and a new plan, while city farming provides relief for the displaced.
Andersonville Resto Accused of Wage Theft; Oscar Mayer Expands Focus
Plus: ironic disaster at a Weight Watchers meeting, and Monsanto accused of antitrust violations, all in our morning news roundup.
Boston’s Cocktails Getting Better; Kevin Garnett Graces Wheaties Box
Plus: Seattle’s Best Coffee in stores, and Oscar Mayer’s new campaign looks beyond wieners, all in our morning news roundup.