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FDA Approval of GE Salmon Paves Way for Sustainable Food Innovations

Earlier this week, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) finally approved the sale of …

USDA Report: China’s Biotech Crop Approval Process Becoming More Unpredictable and Burdensome

Across the United States, farmers use biotech crops to address production challenges – such as …

Listen Without Prejudice

Apologies to George Michael, but I’ve been thinking about this a lot this past week.  …

Trust the Science, Not the Food Fad

Multiple surveys and polls reveal most people know very little about GMOs, causing them to …

The View from the States By Gene Harrington, BIO Director of State Government Affairs, Food & Agricu...

Earlier this year, Inside the Beltway publications, other news outlets and activists wrote about the …

Celebrating the Past, Present, and Future of Ag Biotech at the BIO 2016 Conference

In the years since biotech crops were first commercially planted in 1996, farmers worldwide have …

Sugar from GM Sugarbeets is Not the Scariest Thing on Halloween

Every year Americans purchase nearly 600 million pounds of candy for Halloween. Chocolate leads the …

What Chipotle Really Meant When it Was Switching Over to Non-GMO Ingredients

In late April 2015, Chipotle announced they were removing genetically engineered crops (called GMOs) from …

Want a Bird Flu-Free World?

“So far, the USDA has spent $500 million helping farmers recover from the losses.” ~ Tamar Haspel …

Boston Globe: Science, Not fear, Should Guide Food Labeling Laws

On Thursday, July 23, 2015, the U.S. House of Representatives voted 275-150 to approve the …