Consumer, environmental, farming groups say synthetic biology is not natural or sustainable
In an open letter released today, 17 national and international consumer, environmental, women’s health and farming groups called on leading .
Center for Food Safety Vows to Continue to Push for the Right to Know
California’s SB 1381 (Evans) to label genetically engineered foods was narrowly defeated in the California Senate today, with 19 votes in favor and 16 votes oppose.
Wheat farmers and advocates demand immediate action from USDA
On the one-year anniversary of the Department of Agriculture’s announcement of finding an unapproved, genetically engineered (GE) wheat in an Oregon field, farmers and al.
Center for Food Safety applauds the passage of a bipartisan amendment offered by Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) to the FY 2015 Agriculture Appropriations bill that would require the mandatory labeling of genetically engineered (GE) salmon.
Coast to Coast Victories for the Food Movement as Political Power Swells
Voters in both Josephine County and Jackson County, Oregon overwhelmingly approved ballot measures to prohibit the cultivation of genetically engineered (GE) crops in the c.
CFS International Programs Director to Brief Congress
Center for Food Safety (CFS) today released a report examining the potential food and farming impacts of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), a broad trade agreement .
New tool shows how animal factories impact local communities
Today, Center for Food Safety (CFS) released a digital map of animal factories in Michigan, often referred to as Confined Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs).
Center for Food Safety celebrates years of work as governor signs landmark bill into law
Today, Center for Food Safety celebrated an historic achievement in Vermont – passage of the first no strings attached bill requiring the labeling.
Vermont’s Landmark Action Sets The Stage For Labeling Efforts Across the Country
Renowned chef Tom Colicchio joined right-to-know advocates today to celebrate Vermont’s enactment of the first law in the U.S.
Time is Running Out to Keep Hundreds of Millions of Pounds of Toxic Herbicide off American Fields and Out of Our Environment
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced a proposal to approve the direct spraying of the toxic herbici.
Center for Food Safety Testifies Before Panel
A twenty-person Citizens’ Initiative Review (CIR) has concluded its review of Jackson County’s ballot initiative to ban genetically engineered (GE) crops from the county.
Today, a House Agriculture Subcommittee held a hearing on “current research and application of management strategies to control pests and diseases of pollinators,” the first Congressional hearing on pollinators in over a year.
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