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Product Profiles: Nutrasource IGEN Testing Program

The non-GMO (genetically modified organism) market is booming, right along with organic, as people look for clean foods: A 2018 survey from Morning Consult...

The SynBio Epidemic Secretly Sweeping the Nation

We, the natural products industry, have positioned ourselves as the truth tellers for a nation of people asking for health empowerment in the face...

Heavy Metals in Food and the Questions We Need to be Asking

A recent report released on February 4, 2021, by the Subcommittee on Economic and Consumer Policy Committee on Oversight and Reform, U.S. House of...

Move Over GMOs…Hello, Regenerative Organic Ag!

There is more than one way to feed the world. For two decades, Big Ag wanted the food industry to believe that the only...

Sabinsa Ingredients Receive Non-GMO Verification

East Windsor, NJ—Sabinsa has announced in a press release that several of the company’s ingredients are now Non-GMO Project Verified. The Non-GMO Project is an...

Synthetic Biology: Key to a Healthier Planet—or Threat to Organic?

We Can Empower Nature to Build a More Sustainable Planet by Stephanie Batchelor, BIO Our planet is racing towards an uncertain future. We’re already feeling...

KeHE Discusses GMO Awareness

As the 10th annual Non-GMO Month, which the Non-GMO Project describes as North America’s largest celebration of the consumer’s right to choose non-GMO, comes to a...

GMOs Then and Now

Genetically modified organisms and foods were first developed forty years ago when a soil microbe called Agrobacterium tumefaciens was used to transfer foreign genes...

USDA’s Proposal for GMO Labeling Draws Industry Ire

Washington, D.C. - The public comment period is open for the U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) recently unveiled proposal for food labeling of products...

Study Reveals Neonics Harm Bees in Areas with Less Biodiversity

Neonicotinoid pesticides, commonly known as “neonics” have been a global debate because of the toxins and effects they have on insects. Experiments have shown...