The Organic & Non-GMO Report E-News

I’ve been a farmworker all my life. Here’s why you should buy organic food

Rudy Arredondo, founder and president of the National Latino Farmers and Ranchers Trade Association, knows firsthand the “blow” of toxic chemicals. At age twelve, he worked to direct crop-dusting planes onto fields, and felt the impact of the toxic spray. At times with no protection, farmworkers have unwittingly exposed themselves to chemicals, resulting in chronic, […]

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Food industry leaders come together to present opening keynote panel at Plant Based World Conference & Expo

Panelists Include Representatives from Kroger, Compass Group and the Plant Based Foods Association

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Out-of-work Appalachian coal miners train as beekeepers to earn extra cash

In regions of West Virginia where coal mining was once a major source of steady income, over 28 percent of the population lives in poverty. Mining jobs dropped from 132,000 in 1990 to 53,000 in 2018. A project spearheaded by Appalachian Headwaters, funded by a $7.5 million settlement from a lawsuit against a coal mine […]

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EnviroLogix launches 10-trait QuickComb for GMO testing of corn bulk grain

EnviroLogix Inc. recently launched the 10-trait QuickComb, now including Duracade™, for corn bulk grain quantitative testing in support of non-GMO testing programs. “With the introduction of the industry’s only 10-trait corn comb, EnviroLogix further demonstrates our commitment to customers needing the most comprehensive quantitative decision-point GMO diagnostics for use in the grain handling and processing, […]

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Gene-edited soybean oil now served in Midwest restaurants

Consumers won’t know it, but the oil served at particular Midwestern restaurants is a soybean oil, Calyno, that has been produced using gene editing techniques. The soybean oil is being used in salad dressing and for frying—in the restaurant chain and food service industry—and is claimed to have no trans fats and longer shelf life. […]

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