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Panama City :: Panama | over 1 year ago

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Genetically modified salmon moved closer to the market last week with release of draft documents from the Food and Drug Administration that assessed the environmental risks posed by AquAdvantage salmon, which grow faster than regular Atlantic salmon.

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Puyallup :: WA :: USA | over 1 year ago

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These days, she reports to a quieter research facility about 40 miles south, in the shadow of Mt...Here, Coats wields a surgical blade on her subjects, slicing away small chunks of cells and delicately dropping them in vials to preserve for genetic

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Mexico City :: Mexico | over 1 year ago

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Glionna, Los Angeles Times Rick de los Santos wants to reopen an animal slaughter business that's been banned in the U.S. for years...The Roswell, N.M., meat company owner sued the federal government last week, alleging that officials ignored his

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Roundup :: MT :: USA | over 1 year ago

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Monsanto said Thursday that it has been notified by the Iowa Attorney General's office that an investigation into Monsanto's use of transgenic traits and the production and marketing of its glyphosate Roundup has ended. A statement on Monsanto's

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Washington :: DC :: USA | over 1 year ago

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Nobody really wants to think about economics, the famously dismal science, while sitting down at a table loaded with love and calories. Like it or not, though, supply and demand drive food production and set the price of dinner. So, in a season of

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Albuquerque :: NM :: USA | over 1 year ago

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A New Mexico meat company that wants to resume domestic horse slaughter for food is suing the federal government, alleging inaction on its application was driven by emotional political debates and has cost it hundreds of thousands of dollars...

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Neftekumsk :: Russia | over 1 year ago

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An agriculturist shows wheat grains in a field owned by a local agrarian farm near the town of Neftekumsk, some 350 km (217 miles) east of Stavropol, May 24, 2012 Reuters Drought Mayo Schmidt, president and CEO of Viterra, talks to media after their

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Kansas City :: MO :: USA | over 1 year ago

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To maximize profits, cattle are being raised cheaply and quickly, according to food safety advocates...Two kids seriously injured in the Joplin, Mo., tornado in May 2011 showed up at Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City suffering from antibiotic-

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Naples :: FL :: USA | over 1 year ago

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For ten years Donald Lippe has been helping customers of Nature's Garden of Naples maintain a holistic lifestyle...North and Golden Gate Parkway has been entrenched in the community for nearly 20 years. But when it comes to the organic movement,

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Kansas City :: MO :: USA | over 1 year ago

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The U.S. beef industry has been using practices that could put people's health at risk, including a mechanical meat tenderizing process that may increase the risk of E. coli exposure, according to a newspaper report. The Kansas City Star said in a

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