Strong Support for Labels Crosses Party Lines
WASHINGTON - By an overwhelming margin, American voters say consumers should have the right to know if their food is genetically modified, with 89 percent in support of mandatory GMO labeling, acco.
Popcorn giant commits to following Pop Weaver’s lead in commitment to phase out bee-toxic seed coatings
November 25, 2015 ( WASHINGTON, DC )— Center for Food Safety (CFS) today congratulated Pop Secret, owned by Diamond Fo.
Toxic pesticide banned on genetically engineered crops
Washington D.C. — The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), responding to litigation, has announced it is revoking the registration of “Enlist Duo.
Center for Food Safety goes to UN Climate talks to highlight potential of carbon sequestration through healthy soils
WASHINGTON, DC (November 23, 2015)— Center for Food Safety (CFS) is calling on world leaders to recognize agro-ecolog.
Center for Food Safety to File Lawsuit Challenging “Dangerous and Unlawful” Decision
WASHINGTON, DC (November 19, 2015) – Center for Food Safety today announced plans to sue the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to.
Center for Food Safety Concerned Rural Americans Face Similar Risks
WASHINGTON, DC (November 18, 2015)— From 2006 to 2014, Japanese doctors documented a new cluster of symptoms reported by hundreds of rural Japanese people: patients s.
Over 130,000 people call for more rigorous oversight and labeling
WASHINGTON, DC — Late Friday, over 130,000 individuals, along with leading environmental, food safety, and farmer groups, submitted comments calling for an overhaul of.
SAN LUIS, COLORADO (November 12, 2015)— THE CENTER FOR FOOD SAFETY (CFS) is proud to support a new ordinance introduced today in Costilla County, Colorado that would establish a “Center of Origin” GMO-Free Zone of Prot.
Just a week after the launch of a CFS campaign, the popcorn giant has made a precedent setting commitment to phase out bee-toxic seed coatings
WASHINGTON, DC (October 22, 2015)— Center for Food Safety (CFS) today congratulated Pop Wea.
October 20, 2015 (WASHINGTON, DC)-- Center for Food Safety (CFS) today commended Subway Restaurants for announcing its plan to eliminate the use of antibiotics in much of the company’s meat supply chain.
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