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US FDA (Food and Drug Administration) regulators have approved a new type of GM cotton, the seed of which is to be used for human and animal consumption. The cotton, developed by researchers at Texas A&M University, is being touted as a protein-rich way to feed the poor and hungry. However, the many...

Glyphosate is a popular topic in the wellness space right now. If you’re unsure what it is or how you can avoid it, read on. Thrive Market recently sat...

Nestle SA is increasing checks on the coffee it buys, after recent tests showed beans from some countries had levels of the weedkiller glyphosate that...

Thrive Market, working in coordination with The Detox Project, announced Wednesday that they have become the first retailer to include the Glyphosate Residue...

The Children’s Health Defense (CHD) and the Organic Consumers Association (OCA) have recently announced two separate lawsuits targeting Beech-Nut and...

Germany’s voluntary GMO-free labeling program is gaining momentum, generating $11 billion in sales in the country in 2018, according to a report by...

Sir Malcolm Conrad Walker CBE, an English businessman who is the founder, chairman and chief executive of Iceland Foods Ltd, a large grocery chain in...

Glyphosate, the most heavily used pesticide in the U.S., should be added to the list of toxic chemicals the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

The vitamin A precursor beta-carotene is only present at low levels in GM golden rice, when compared to carrots and green leafy vegetables. But it rapidly...

Sustainable Pulse Interview with the founder and Chief Hemp Officer of RE Botanicals, John Roulac. John is a long-time advocate for healthy people and...