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Humans once opposed coffee and refrigeration; Why we often hate new stuff

Humans have a habit of stalling their own progress, writes Steven Overly for The Washington …

Why Soylent is “Proudly Made with GMOs”

Soylent, a Silicon Valley food startup with a cult following, proudly makes its meal-replacement beverages …

Dolly’s Clones Turn 9 Years Old and Are “Perfectly Healthy”

The Washington Post ran an article July 26 by reporter Rachel Feltman on the offspring …

Not a Factory Farmer, a Family Farmer

Farming is no simple affair and Lawson Mozley wants you to see the personal dedication …

Explore IFIC's "Future of Food" Blog Series

The International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation is dedicated to the mission of effectively communicating science-based …

GMO Labeling Next Steps: "USDA is Preparing for the Onslaught."

Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives voted 306 to 117 to pass legislation that …

BIO Applauds Federal Approach to GMO Disclosure

BIO applauds today’s vote in the U.S. House of Representatives to approve a federal, uniform …

Innovation and Choice: Leading Today's GMO Conversations

To commemorate 20 years of biotech innovation, we invited a diverse group of experts in …

A Sheep Named Dolly - A Look at the First Cloned Animal Twenty Years Later!

On July 5, 1996, scientists at Scotland’s Roslin Institute announced that they had successfully cloned the first …

American Farm Bureau Federation: Price Tag on July 4th Picnic Holds Steady

“Americans will be paying a bit more for their Fourth of July barbecues this year, …