Center for Food Safety and Save Our Seeds Investigate Role of Seed Patents in Consolidating Corporate Control of Global Food Supply
Today, one week before the Supreme Court hears arguments in Bowman v. Monsanto Co.
Young voters, communities of color, women pushed landmark initiative to near win; more than one-fifth of ‘no’ voters favor GE labeling
An independent post-election poll shows that California voters continue to strongly supp.
Petition calls for a review of ractopamine use in nation’s meat industry; cites animal welfare, food safety concerns and widespread international ban
Today, Center for Food Safety and the Animal Legal Defense Fund filed a petition with.
Case pitting corporations against farmers set to impact the future of seed patents
Today, Center for Food Safety (CFS) and Save our Seeds (SOS)—two organizations dedicated to promoting safe, sustainable food and farming systems&mda.
Pollution of local waterways, public health at stake from farm lobby actions
A coalition of local and national public interest organizations have asked a federal court for permission to participate in a legal action that will decide when Clean W.
AC21 report recommends GE contaminated farmers must pay for insurance to compensate themselves for unwanted transgenic contamination
The National Organic Coalition (NOC) today sharply condemned recommendations contained in the final report of .
Remedies Include Three-Year Monitoring Period to Track, Destroy Any Germinating GE Plants
In a decision this week, a federal court formally halted the planting of genetically engineered (GE) crops on all National Wildlife Refuges in the Southe.
Separate ruling leaves door open for GE crops on Midwestern refuges
A federal court ruled in favor of the public interest groups Public Employees for Social Responsibility (PEER), Center for Food Safety (CFS) and Beyond Pesticides yesterday, h.
Threatened lawsuits come on heels of EPA finding of significant groundwater contamination in residential wells
The Center for Food Safety and the Community Association for Restoration of the Environment (CARE) Wednesday warned four major Yakim.
Today, Center for Food Safety issued a response to a joint statement by The Save Our Crop Coalition (SOCC) and Dow Chemical announcing SOCC has dropped its opposition to 2,4-D resistant “Agent Orange” crops.
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. This material is protected under International and Federal Copyright Laws and Treaties. Any unauthorized reprint or use of this material is prohibited. No text may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without express written permission or proper citation. Please credit any and all use of our work product to: Center for Food Safety, www.centerforfoodsafety.org.