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From the Gumshoes at OrganicEye
Unless you are eating local, fresh, unprocessed, whole organic food, it isn’t enough to just look for the USDA Organic logo—you must become a label...
Beyond Pesticides/OrganicEye Steps in as USDA Fails to Take Action Washington, DC -- Beyond Pesticides filed another lawsuit in the Superior Court...
NGO Appeals to Biden Administration and Congress to Reverse Corporate Dominance and Consolidation in Organics
New White Paper Profiles Lobbyist-Affiliated Appointees to National Organic Standards Board Washington, DC — Continuing a trend well...
Food Additives and Chemicals in Organics??? Unless you are eating fresh, whole organic food, it isn’t enough to just look for the USDA Organic...
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COMMENTARY Article originally published by John Roulac at Medium Two hundred years ago, before the Industrial Revolution, the rivers across North America ran clear and blue. Rivers from the mighty Mississippi to the Columbia flowed wild and clean into the sea. In the...
Are You Bringing Home Asthma, Learning Disabilities, Birth and Reproductive Abnormalities from Home Depot and Lowe’s?
Beyond Pesticides and Friends of the Earth Release Thorough Toxicology Analysis for Commercially Available Herbicide Products; Advocates for More Organic Options WASHINGTON, DC— Beyond Pesticides and Friends of the Earth (FOE) collaborated to analyze herbicide...
Article reprinted with permission from Organic Insider. To learn more and subscribe, click here. When we buy an organic product, we are trusting that the many people who have touched this item -- the farmer, shipper, co-packer, distributor and retailer -- have all...
I enjoyed this New York Times narrative. It's a good story consistent with what I've heard from many other farmers. Those supplying restaurants had to turn on a dime. If they were not in a position to do so they were economically injured. I know that many CSAs, after...
Beyond Pesticides Sues Major Cheese Maker Article originally published by: beyondpesticides.org WASHINGTON, DC, January 25, 2021—As the world moves toward another pandemic associated with antibiotic resistance, Beyond Pesticides today sued Sargento Foods, Inc. for...
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The stereotypical large farms of today’s agriculture are not unsustainable because they are large, they are large because they are managed unsustainably. They are unsustainable because they are managed ‘extensively’ – meaning they rely more on land and capital and less on thinking people.