Differences about what to eat are fine, but spreading misinformation, as was done by activists in the battle over GMOs, isn’t a good long-term strategy.
In an era where information is a hot commodity, does the open-source model have a future in agriculture, or is it a flirtation destined to fail?
From the perspective of a commercial farmer, here are some food labels to watch out for if you’d like to save money instantly on your grocery bill.
Pesticide residues do make it into our foods, and consumers are concerned. Some groups take advantage of this concern. So, what’s true and what isn’t?
Ethos Chocolate is again available to the public, being sent to those who donate to support the mission of the farmer-led A Fresh Look.
Corn growers nationwide achieved impressive yields despite weather-related adversity in the National Corn Growers Association 2018 National Corn Yield Contest. The 18 winners in six production categories had verified yields averaging more than 349 bushels per acre, compared to the projected national average of 178.9 bushels per acre in 2018. While there is no overall […]
A science think tank filed a petition challenging the use of The Non-GMO Project’s logo, saying that it misleads consumers in violation of the federal law.
This goes way beyond a late-night GMO skit by Jimmy Kimmel. A new survey found that a majority of Americans aren’t confident they know what GMOs are, and this lack of knowledge may be driving overall uncertainty and discomfort. However, concern and confusion do not equate to rejection, as nearly the same number of Americans want […]
Laura Prepon’s tweet is a prime example of someone with a big following creating problems for modern agriculture.