Plus, an excerpt from our interview with former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Tom Vilsack.
Here are some of the promising ventures being backed by the likes of Tyson, Campbell Soups and Danone.
Transgenic technology soon could come to the U.S. Will it live up to its claims of making seafood sustainable?
CRISPR gene editing can fight crop disease far more benignly than conventional practices.
The directors of the new documentary, "Food Evolution," share an inconvenient truth: For safe, sustainable food, we may have to turn to GMOs.
Rapid advancement of genetic engineering in food ingredients, household products and industry has left us with a cloudy understanding of its value.
Gene editing offers dramatic advances in speed, scope and scale of genetic improvement. It also offers an opportunity for more nuanced GMO governance.
The food giant has pivoted to advocate a national policy that requires mandatory disclosure.
If we want potatoes and oranges on grocery shelves 10 years from now, we're going to have to dig in to some inconvenient science.
Good news for food: donut giant agrees to remove nanomaterial, while Dow pledges increased disclosure on the impacts of a controversial herbicide.