More than 65 dairy farmers, consumer, farm and agricultural, public health, animal protection and environmental organizations, food processors and retailers today wrote to Pennsylvania Governor Edward G.
The Center for Food Safety and Consumers Union today sent a letter to Governor Schwarzenegger and members of the California Legislature challenging Governor Schwarzenegger’s recent veto of the California Cloned Food Labeling Act (SB 63.
A coalition of concerned advocates from 44 organizations have sent a message to the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB), urging caution as that body considers whether or not to weaken USDA Organic Standards, it was announced today.
Today, the Center for Food Safety voiced support for a private class action lawsuit filed by consumers against Aurora Organic Dairy that alleges the company misled organic milk purchasers by producing milk from several of its dairy farms in violat.
The Center for Food Safety (CFS) today applauded the California legislature for passing the country’s first law requiring labels on meat or dairy products produced from animal clones or their offspring.
More than 28,000 citizens oppose a Food & Drug Administration proposal to permit industry to mislabel irradiated food with alternate terms such as ‘pasteurization’ or to remove the requirement for labeling altogether, ann.
Drugs in Rice Not Approved by FDA, Will Likely Contaminate Foods
Groups Urge Ban on All Drug-Producing Genetically Engineered Food Crops
Genetically engineered, pharmaceutical rice is not a safe or cost-effective solution for infants suff.
The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Aquaculture (FL DACS) sent out a notice to invite public comments on proposed new standards for the growing of fish in open ocean waters, known as “open water aquacul.
Recently, the Center for Food Safety and Food and Water Watch learned of the imminent sale of several cloned animals for slaughter. This possibility arises out of a legal dispute in Maryland involving dairy farmer Greg Wiles. Mr.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today granted marketing approval of a genetically-engineered (GE) rice variety following its illegal contamination of the food supply and rice exports, first announced three months ago.
The Center for Food Safety, along with reproductive rights, animal welfare, and consumer protection organizations, today filed a legal petition with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) calling for a moratorium on the introduction of food product.
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