WASHINGTON— Conservation and food safety groups filed an appeals court challenge today regarding the Environmental Protection Agency’s approval of a toxic new pesticide called cyantraniliprole (or “CTP”) with.
Medford, OR - Family farmers and other supporters of Jackson County’s precedent-setting ban on genetically engineered (GE) crop cultivation are celebrating a federal court ruling upholding the legality of Jackson County’s ordin.
May 28, 2015 (Washington, DC)-- The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a proposed a new rule today restricting the use of pesticides on crops when honey bees are present for contracted pollination services.
Strong goals will not be achieved without immediate changes to current pesticide use and regulation
May 19, 2015 (Washington, DC)— Today, Center for Food Safety (CFS) responded to a strategy plan released by the White House Pollinat.
Consumer Groups Warn That Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), Other Trade Agreements Would Further Erode Food Safety in the U.S.
May 18, 2015 (Washington, DC)--Today’s World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling that provisions of the U.S.
The Congressional House Agriculture Subcommittee on Horticulture, Biotechnology and Research held a hearing on pollinator health today, but failed to address the impacts of systemic pesticides, like neonicotinoids (neonics), on bees, birds and other.
Yakima Valley, WA - In a court settlement announced today, four Washington State dairies have agreed to implement sweeping changes in their operations following a series of lawsuits brought by the Community Association for Restoration of the Env.
May 6, 2015 (Washington, DC)— The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) today appealed last week’s federal court decision affirming the constitutionality of Vermont’s genetically engineered food labeling law, Act.
May 1, 2015 (Washington, DC)— Center for Food Safety today renewed its call for the National Organic Program (NOP) to bar synthetic methionine—a manufactured amino acid added to chicken feed—from use in organic chicken.
ASPCA and Center for Food Safety say better welfare practices must be implemented alongside reduction of antibiotic use for chickens
Media Contacts: - ASPCA - Natasha Whitling, 646.306.3740 / natasha.whitling@aspca.
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