WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Organic Standards Board voted unanimously on Friday to update U.S. organic standards to exclude ingredients derived from next generation genetic engineering and gene editing.
States have authority to ban, Hawai‘i counties left out in landmark decisions
HONOLULU— Today the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit issued its decisions on whether federal and Hawai‘i state la.
Eliminating carrageenan will further protect organic integrity and uphold consumer expectations of organic products
WASHINGTON— Yesterday, the National Organic Standards Board—the 15-member stakeholder body that advises th.
Local Victory has Big Impact on Food, Farmers and Environment
SAN FRANCISCO— Today Center for Food Safety celebrates a huge victory for voters in Sonoma County, California who voted to approve a measure that will prohibit geneticall.
Key Haven voters reject FDA plan to release genetically engineered mosquitoes in Florida Keys
WASHINGTON— Residents of Key Haven, Florida made it clear with their votes this Election Day that they do not want genetically engineere.
Bee Sweet Citrus and Wonderful Company Feel the Heat
SAN FRANCISCO— Today Center for Food Safety and Breast Cancer Action delivered a petition carrying nearly 13,000 signatures—including those of women diagnosed with and .
Agency Ignores Legal Requirement to Fully Consider Impacts to Environment, Endangered Species
WASHINGTON— The Environmental Protection Agency today reapproved and proposed a dramatic expansion of the use of the toxic pesticide Enl.
North Myrtle Beach, SC— In the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, which made landfall only days before, strategies to stop the development of genetically engineered trees (GE trees) were the topic at a meeting that brought Indigenous Peoples.
Farmer-Owned Company Commits to Removing Bee-Toxic Neonicotinoids from Supply Chain
WASHINGTON— Center for Food Safety (CFS) today congratulated Preferred Popcorn, a fully farmer-owned company, for its leadership in taking a bold st.
Subway and Wendy’s most improved; KFC, Olive Garden and 14 others get Fs
NEW YORK (September 20, 2016) – Since last year, twice as many of the nation’s top fast food chains are responding to the public health .
Coalition Delivers Thousands of Public Comments for Stronger Permit Before Aug 17 Deadline
Seattle, WA – Local homeowners and environmental justice leaders from communities impacted by factory farm pollution joined health professio.
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