Why Is Whole Foods Market Inc. Undermining Organic Farmers? The grocer has been a friend to organic growers up to now, but its new produce rating program might undo all the good work.
The time is now to make some small changes that can make a big impact on our planet. And it starts with swapping that hamburger for a veggie burger.
Farmers are breaking harvest records without GMOs or artificial herbicides or fertilizers.
Research reveals one “safe” toxin used to make corn is in 93 percent of maternal and 69 percent of non-pregnant women’s blood samples.
The nation’s top climate scientists predict a tough spring for already struggling farmers, as demand for water is pushed to the limit.
“Breaking the foodopoly and fixing the dysfunctional food system requires far-reaching legislative and regulatory changes that are part of a larger strategy for restoring our democracy.”
Back in the ’60s, Frances Moore Lappé realized that hunger is caused by a scarcity of democracy, not food. Then, a collective of courageous women farmers showed her how to change that.
Monsanto convinced the world that genetically engineered seeds would lower herbicide use. It turns out, exactly the opposite has happened.
Hungry for a meat wad grown from animal cells in a laboratory? With overpopulation and global warming in mind, scientists are racing to get this invention on the menu.