Field of Schemes: How GMO Alfalfa Messed Up a Perfectly Good Thing

December 2, 2019

Most of us don’t think about alfalfa very much. Outside of agricultural communities and die hard fans of Our Gang, it is safe to say alfalfa is not a hot topic. We’d like to challenge that notion. Bear with us: In the US, alfalfa is grown on roughly 23 million acres annually, most of which… » Read more

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Au Revoir, Non-GMO Month!

November 22, 2019

Congratulations and heartfelt gratitude to our retail, brand and distribution partners who joined us for the 10th annual Non-GMO Month. More than 1,000 stores across North America used posters, infographics and pamphlets to celebrate our right to know what’s in our food and to choose non-GMO. This year’s theme, “Make Your Mother Proud,” represented a… » Read more

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Halloween Horror Stories: I Know What You Did to Your DNA

October 31, 2019

‘Tis the season for scary movies. One of our favorite genres is “science experiments gone awry,” including the rich world of fictional human/insect hybrids, creature features of all denominations, and, of course, Frankenstein. These are some of the images that populate streets and screens each Halloween. So where does the line between science and science… » Read more

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GMO Apples: An apple a day may not brown right away

October 29, 2019

It’s lunchtime at your local supermarket and like many people, you head to the convenient grab-and-go aisle. Maybe you want to add fruit to your meal so you pick up a package of pre-sliced apples with a little snowflake sticker. These apples show not a single sign of damage or any brown discoloration marks. It… » Read more