Sustainability

Blog entry | Mar 20 2015
Originally posted Nov. 21, 2014 UPDATE (March 20, 2015): The FDA has concluded that six varieties of genetically engineered potatoes are "as safe and nutritious as their conventional counterparts." USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (...
Blog entry | Feb 05 2015
“To turn caring into action, we need to see a problem, find a solution, and deliver impact.”- Bill Gates Bill Gates is a billionaire with a heart as big as his brain. He’s a computer geek turned philanthropist. So it’s fitting that Bill believes...
Blog entry | Feb 02 2015
When you think of your food growing, who do you picture? If it’s a grizzled old Andy Griffith character, you’re probably not alone. But you’re missing a big part of the picture. Last night, one of the favorite Super Bowl Ads was #LikeAGirl, an...
Press Release | Dec 11 2014
Alliance to Feed the Future Announces 2014 Communicator of the Year Award Alliance and American Meat Institute Honor Diana Prichard at 16th Farm Journal Forum (Washington, D.C., December 10, 2014) —The Alliance to Feed the Future has announced that...
Article | Nov 18 2014
(NU) - From farm to table, much about food production has changed - for both farmers and consumers. Like any other business, farmers must adapt to a changing world - one that will see its population grow to 9.6 billion by 2050. With finite resources...
Blog entry | Nov 17 2014
In 1983, the first scientific report on the development of genetically engineered (GE or food biotechnology, also inaccurately referred to as GMOs) plant cells was published (1). Since then, agricultural biotechnology farming has dramatically...
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Article | Sep 29 2014
  Animal Agriculture Resources Biotechnology Resources 2014 Food Technology Survey    
Blog entry | Sep 19 2014
Tony Flood & Brittany Mountjoy “This is an important public health issue that requires the combined forces of both the human medical, veterinary, food industry and pharmaceutical industry to resolve – recognizing that it is clearly a one health...

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