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Less than zero

Sep 17, 2019

A rice by any other name...

by Laine Kaplan-Levenson May 23, 2019
Lawmakers in the state of Louisiana are debating when food products can be called “rice.”
Jeff Durand on his rice farm in St. Martinville, Louisiana.
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Food labeling and liability laws don’t make it easy to feed the hungry

by , and Mar 10, 2017
America wastes an estimated 63 million tons of food each year, while 1 in 6 Americans are without enough affordable, nutritious food. We’re all responsible, whether it’s leftovers at a restaurant or that bruised peach that gets thrown. But one more…

GMO labels are about to hit Vermont shelves

by Jed Kim Jun 30, 2016
The state has led the way in forcing labels for food derived from genetically modified organisms.
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FDA says it's time to look again at food labeling claims

by Sally Herships May 10, 2016
Reevaluating dietary guidelines to help consumers decide what's healthy
Kind bars were the subject of discussion recently when it came down to the semantics of what can be labeled as "healthy" per FDA rules. 
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Why Campbell changed its mind on GMO labeling

by Mark Garrison Jan 11, 2016
The company became the first of Big Food to reverse its stance