|Pro-GMO group accused of unethical practices|
The Organic & Non-GMO Report - 1/27/2016. By Ken Roseboro - The Genetic Literacy Project (GLP) has been accused of unethical journalistic practices after it published personal information about individuals opposed to genetically modified food and changed the text of an article without the author’s permission. GLP is an organization that heavily promotes genetic engineering of foods and attacks critics of the technology.
|Sweet spot: Large food companies dumping GMO sweeteners for non-GMO, organic options|
The Organic & Non-GMO Report - 1/27/2016. By Ken Roseboro - Major food and beverage manufacturers are considering organic and non-GMO verified sweetener options to replace sugar and GMO-risk beet sugar and high fructose corn syrup in their products. Suppliers of sweeteners such as agave, stevia, tapioca syrup, and erythritol report increasing inquiries from larger companies wanting clean labeled products with simpler ingredients.
|The Kingdom of Corn|
The Contrary Farmer - 1/27/2016. By Gene Logsdon - You can find a stunning photo of the kingdom of corn in, of all places, the Sunday New York Times travel section Jan. 7. I stared at that photo on and off for three days, transfixed by what it silently said for all of us who know corn. In the photo, taken in rural Iowa, there’s one lonely farmhouse, surrounded by winter corn stubble as far as the camera can see.