Originally published Food Tank: New Pesticides Will Modify Insect Genes: What Could Go wrong?...Read More
Originally published: FoodNavigator 02-Mar-2021 By Katia Merten-Lentz and Caroline Commandeur New...Read More
‘We Must Heed the Warning’: 1 in 3 Freshwater Fishes—Vital to Food and Jobs for Millions—Face Extinction
Originally published Common Dream by Jessica Corbett The world’s freshwater fishes...Read More
We reveal for the first time that glyphosate does inhibit the shikimate pathway in the rat gut microbiome. However, glyphosate likely did not kill bacteria via its impact on the shikimate pathway, because bacteria do not need the shikimate pathway to get the aromatic amino acids they need. Like us, they get them from the food we eat.Read More
Family farm groups are applauding a new proposal by Senate Democrats to strengthen antitrust enforcement and make markets fairer and more competitive.
The Competition and Antitrust Law Enforcement Reform Act, sponsored by Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-Minnesota), is designed to “reinvigorate America’s antitrust laws and restore competition to American markets,” according to a press release.Read More
Together with poultry company Bell & Evans, the duo is launching the U.S. Organic Grain Initiative, designed to transition 50,000 acres of corn and soy to organic and help fill a growing gap in domestic organic animal feed.Read More
Leading baby food manufacturers knowingly sold products with high levels of toxic metals, a congressional investigation found
Originally published by CNN By Sandee LaMotte, CNN’s Megan Marples contributed to this...Read More
President Joe Biden has introduced an ambitious climate plan for the United States. Could regenerative agriculture help us get there?
President Biden has pledged to spend up to $2 trillion on climate change initiatives. “Climate change” is a broad-brush topic, so how will these measures impact food, agriculture and regenerative organic farming?Read More
Originally published by Smithsonian Magazine Between 2006 and 2015, researchers worldwide observed 25 percent fewer bee species than they had before 1990 The study analyzes thousands of records to understand how many species of...Read More