agriculture

Blog entry | May 31 2016

For years, the debate over the safety of genetically engineered crops (or genetically modified organisms or GMOS) has come down to one statement: the science isn’t there.

Blog entry | Apr 12 2016

It’s that time of year- The Environmental Working Group released its annual “Dirty Dozen” list today.

Blog entry | Mar 21 2016

When you think of water, what comes to mind? Is it a cool swig after a hard workout? Is it your beach vacation from last year?

Blog entry | Mar 15 2016

A study released March 14

Blog entry | Mar 03 2016

This week, my alma mater, Purdue University, published a study in AgBioForum that aimed to answer a simple question: What would the world look like

Blog entry | Feb 23 2016

It seems like everyone is jumping on the "non-GMO" bandwagon these days.

Blog entry | Jan 14 2016

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Blog entry | Jan 11 2016

Year of the pulse? No, we aren’t talking about feeling your heartbeat. Instead, we're talking about food.

Blog entry | Nov 18 2015

From supermarkets to farmers markets, Americans can enjoy hundreds of nutritious, fresh and high-quality fruits and vegetables. In order to provide such a plentiful food supply, conventional and or

Blog entry | Oct 14 2015

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Blog entry | Aug 24 2015

dr-wayne-parrot-plant-breederWater is kind of a big deal.

Press Release | Jul 02 2015

(Washington, D.C.) — Marianne Smith Edge, senior vice president of nutrition and food safety at the International Food Information Council Foundation, has been named by President Barack Obama

Blog entry | Jun 24 2015

We’ve seen some pretty crazy language about farming, pesticides, and our fruit and veggies.

Continuing Professional Education | Jun 10 2015

Fact: Aside from health organizations and government agencies, health professionals are the #1 most-trusted source for

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