Campbell’s Soup says it will label its products on its own if a national standard is not set.
Researchers had information on reproductive and developmental toxicity for only 24 percent of over 1,000 chemicals they looked at.
Monsanto has been struggling for investor confidence following the announcement in March 2015 that the World Health Organisation’s cancer agency had declared the world’s most widely used weedkiller – glyphosate – a “probable human carcinogen”.
This year, national liberal groups are pushing ballot measures to tackle issues, such as gun control, marijuana legalization and increasing the minimum wage, that prove popular in polls but that politicians have generally avoided.
Jackson County, Oregon wins new protections against cultivation of genetically engineered crops.
A public health researcher explains why life expectancy in the United States is falling, and it has to do with income inequality rising.
The FDA is banning three grease-resistant chemical substances, including PFCs, which are linked to cancer and birth defects from use in food packaging.
Activists in Atlanta are working with the homeless to produce healthy organic food instead of expecting donations.
College sophomore Maria Rose Belding is helping connect more than 200 large-scale food banks nationwide through her online database.
Here we have selected 16 stories that represent the most exciting food trends for 2016.