The food movement at its most critical juncture in years; Elizabeth Kucinich joins food movement leader to protect hard fought gains, push for needed reforms
Andrew Kimbrell, Executive Director of Center for Food Safety, today announced a new pa.
Statement by Center for Food Safety: EU votes for moratorium on neonicotinoid pesticides
Today, European Union member states approved a moratorium on the use of certain neonicotinoid chemicals across the continent.
Moratorium Legislation Moving, Passes Key House Committee
Sustainable agriculture non-profits and Oregon farmers have filed a second lawsuit to halt the Oregon Department of Agriculture’s (ODA) controversial new rule that would for the.
Federal Court Declares FDA Delay of Food Safety Regulations Illegal
When Congress passed the Food Safety and Modernization Act (FSMA) in 2011, it mandated that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) enact new food safety regulations within 18 mo.
With honey bees suffering a devastating decline as high as 90 percent as Earth Day approaches, national environmental groups, Beyond Pesticides and Center for Food Safety, have launched a campaign called BEE Protective to support nationwide loca.
A joint statement of Center for Food Safety, Consumers Union, and Food and Water Watch -
( Portland, OR) Today the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) rejected a petition to extend the expiration date for the use of oxytetracycline to trea.
New Consumer Reports Poll: More than 80 Percent Don’t Know or Don’t Think Antibiotics Used to Treat Disease in Apple, Pears; More than Half Think Apples, Pears Treated with Antibiotics Should Not Have “Organic&rdq.
Mikulski Statement Positive First Step; Senate Must Steer Clear from Biotech Rider in Future Legislation
Today, Senate Appropriations Committee Chairwoman Barbara Mikulski released a statement asserting her opposition to the controversial &a.
Center calls rider “corporate welfare” for Monsanto and other biotech companies
The Center for Food Safety (CFS) condemns the inclusion of a dangerous corporate earmark, the “biotech rider,” in the Senate-.
Trader Joe’s, Aldi, Whole Foods, Marsh among stores that will reject GE fish
A coalition of consumer, health, food safety and fishing groups today launched the “Campaign for Genetically Engineered (GE)-Free Seafood”.
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