Year 12 | 18 January 2020 | TO ENTER | TO REGISTER


New Congress bill would require labelling on genetically modified foods in U.S.

After defeat of California’s Proposition in November 2012, Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) and Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-OR) introduced a new bill: Genetically Engineered Food Right-to-Know Act. The bill can already count on nine bipartisan Senate co-sponsors, along with 22 cosponsors in the House


Canada and Quebec governments inaugurate the platform for innovation in organic agriculture

The platform will benefit companies certified in organic production, as well as those in the process of converting to organic production

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FAO recognizes Nicaragua's efforts in the fight against hunger

Between 1990 and 2010, Nicaragua reduced the prevalence of undernourishment in the country from 55.1 percent to 20.1 percent

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Canadian agriculture sector’s continued growth and economic value

The agriculture and agri-food system provides one-in-eight jobs, employies 2.1 million people and accounts for 8 per cent of total GDP

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Time to plant orange trees in Houston

According to ability tree experts’ Louis Flory, early spring is the time to plant orange trees

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The true scandal about false olive oil that shocked the Americans. Unfair competition for honest producers

The NAOOA filed a lawsuit against Gourmet Factory, accusing it of harming both consumers and competing companies with its faux oil. The legal complaint is a model of force and clarity

Tom Mueller

US wine export revenue hit a new record in 2012

The European Union's countries are the largest importers. the European Union's 27 member countries are the largest importers

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