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A new Heartland Health Research Alliance (HHRA) paper published in the peer-reviewed journal Agronomy reports significant impacts of organic farming systems on pesticide use and the risks stemming from pesticide residues on food. “Organic Farming Lessens Reliance on Pesticides and Promotes Public Health...

In 2020, consumers in Germany spent around 12.6 billion euros on products with the “Ohne GenTechnik” (Non-GMO) label, an increase of more than...

In response to a civil society appeal for UK supermarkets to back strong regulation of new gene-edited crops and animals, the Co-op has made a clear statement...

Exposure to the widely used weed-killer glyphosate makes genetic changes to rats that can be linked to increased disease in their grandchildren and great-grandchildren,...

Researchers from the University of Turku in Finland have developed a new bioinformatics tool to predict if a microbe, e.g. a human gut bacterium, is sensitive...

Last week, the European Commission adopted the EU Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability. The Strategy is the first step towards a zero pollution ambition...

A 34% increase in childhood cancers since 1975 has led a group of scientists, health professionals, businesses, and advocates to ignite a call to action...

The Detox Project released the first ever data on the Glyphosate Residue Free certification market on Tuesday, after reviewing Q2 2020 data provided by...

A group of non-governmental organisations, non-GMO food associations and a food retailer have announced that the first-ever public detection method for...

Backyard chickens are all the rage, but there are some situations that can arise making their eggs less desirable to eat. Finding a persistent banned pesticide...