by guest blogger Robyn O’Brien, author and former financial and food-industry analyst The Grocery Manufacturers Association is the voice of more than 300 leading food, beverage, and consumer-product companies, but is it a relic of the 20th century? Questions that are starting to pop up about the Grocery Manufacturers Association include: Is it still delivering […]
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By guest blogger Robyn O’Brien, author and former financial and food industry analyst Fourteen years ago to the day almost, I was in NYC at a conference hosted by Merrill Lynch as a financial analyst covering the food industry. If you had suggested then that I’d be writing this today, I’d have said you were […]
by guest blogger Caroline Kinsman, communications manager for the Non-GMO Project With the fall season comes a celebration of the harvest. It’s a perfect time to appreciate traditional, nourishing foods. But nowadays, that means thinking about some things our grandparents never had to—such as whether or not an ingredient has been genetically engineered. GMOs (genetically […]
by guest blogger Isaac Eliaz, MD. Whether we like it or not, genetically modified organisms (GMOs) currently dominate much of our commercial food supply. The question is: As health-minded consumers, how do we respond? First, we vote in the marketplace. But, while consumer boycotts may ultimately bring more GMO-free choices, it’s a slow process. In the meantime, there are a number of ways to mitigate the potential dangers of GMOs.
The other day I was feeling overwhelmed, depressed, and defeated about the whole GMO thing. There is SO MUCH evidence that GMOs, and the chemicals that are used in concert with them (like Round up) are destroying our health and planet. But then it occurred to me. We have the solution!
by guest blogger Alberto Gonzalez. I have many reasons for being against GMOs. But topping the list right now are the disturbing practices of agricultural giant Monsanto, which, in its relentless pursuit of profits no matter what, has dedicated countless hours and dollars to persecuting and prosecuting U.S. farmers for “patent infringements.”
by guest blogger Courtney Pineau. When you look a little closer, you often find that your food contains ingredients with unwanted genetically modified organisms (GMOs). If you are ready to spring-clean GMOs out of your diet, here are 10 easy steps to help you give them the boot
Part 3 of the Right 2 Know March on Washington to support Labeling GMO foods. We should know what we’re feeding our kids.
Raised on America’s first organic farm, Scratch author Maria Rodale learned how to make everyday favorites from, yes, scratch — the way you remember them; the way they turn out best.Order Now