As the herbicide connected to GM crops, glyphosate is being shamed by environmental groups, claiming it can cause a host of terrible diseases including cancer, obesity, and even autism. Is the product that has been deemed safe for 40 years and is readily available at Home Depot and other garden stores really dangerous to our health?Read More
The GMO controversy has spread from “big ag” corn and soybeans to fruits and vegetables. One-sided narratives from anti-GMO groups have made it difficult for the consumer to get completely unbiased information. We examined the history of genetically modified produce and asked the produce industry how they feel about GM crops.Read More
The New York Times recently published an article claiming “extensive examination” of the data provides evidence that genetically modified (GM) or engineered (GE) crops have not lived up to their most basic promises that they increased crop yields and reduced overall chemical pesticide usage. Dirt-to-Dinner summarizes the reaction to the article by respected researchers and scientists.Read More
Vermont legislation has announced that effective July 1, the state will require all foods that are made with GMOs to be labeled as such. You might be thinking, “So? What is all the fuss about? Isn’t transparency a good thing?” While that reasoning sounds logical, in this case it does not make sense.Read More
No doubt GMOs are complicated and hard to understand. But they help farmers use fewer chemicals and less water. GMOs also have the potential to add nutritional content to food. Keep reading to learn more about GMOs.Read More
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