All posts tagged with Food
10/13/2017 / By Vicki Batts

It looks like the European Union could be on its way to saying goodbye to Monsanto’s most popular (and toxic)

http://www.harvest.news/2017-10-13-the-eu-is-watching-the-monsanto-lawsuits-closely-relicensing-of-glyphosate-sparking-bitter-debate.html

10/01/2017 / By JD Heyes

This trend could not have come at a better time: In an era when surgeons in the UK are performing

http://www.harvest.news/2017-10-01-organic-food-sales-booming-in-uk-outstripping-growth-of-all-conventional-foods.html

09/02/2017 / By Tracey Watson

A Silicon Valley startup company called Pyka is developing an autonomous (self-driving) plane to meet the burgeoning demand for planes

http://www.harvest.news/2017-09-02-drones-now-weaponized-as-chemistry-pesticide-delivery-platforms-to-inundate-farmland-with-toxic-chemicals.html

08/24/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

University of Illinois researchers have announced that they have discovered a way to design a landscape that can provide people

http://www.harvest.news/2017-08-24-scientists-think-they-just-invented-multifunctional-polyculture-food-farms-but-its-been-around-forever-as-food-forests-and-permaculture.html

08/10/2017 / By Russel Davis

A team of researchers at the Abertay University in Dundee, U.K. have created a cookie recipe made of cricket flour in

http://www.harvest.news/2017-08-10-academics-are-trying-to-normalize-eating-insects-by-baking-biscuits-out-of-ground-insect-powder.html

08/09/2017 / By Tracey Watson

On March 20, 2015, the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) unleashed a firestorm with its

http://www.harvest.news/2017-08-09-science-journal-that-forced-retraction-of-seralini-gmo-study-entered-a-promotional-contract-with-monsanto.html

08/01/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

Researchers have discovered the earliest example of the use of potatoes in North America, and it dates back far longer

http://www.harvest.news/2017-08-01-rewrite-history-scientists-discover-that-potatoes-were-likely-domesticated-in-north-america-almost-11000-years-ago.html

07/31/2017 / By Ethan Huff

It’s one of the most controversial issues in modern agriculture: persistent crop chemicals of a highly toxic nature that spread

http://www.harvest.news/2017-07-31-dicamba-drift-destroying-crops-downwind-from-application-sites-of-monsantos-toxic-herbicide.html

07/27/2017 / By Russel Davis

The Organic Consumers Association (OCA) has recently reported that 10 of 11 ice cream samples from Ben & Jerry’s tested

http://www.harvest.news/2017-07-27-cancer-causing-glyphosate-herbicide-found-in-ben-jerrys-ice-cream.html

07/26/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

Turmeric is one of the easiest plants to grow. The medicinal root is extremely low-maintenance and produces ample yields which

http://www.harvest.news/2017-07-26-how-to-easily-grow-turmeric-in-the-comfort-of-your-own-home.html

07/20/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

A decades-long review of fishing practices concluded that 10 percent of all the fish that are caught worldwide are thrown

http://www.harvest.news/2017-07-20-industrial-fishing-wastes-ten-million-tons-of-fish-every-year-while-devastating-the-worlds-ocean-life.html

07/18/2017 / By Tracey Watson

The next time you sit down to a delicious meal, consider the fact that bees are responsible for every third

http://www.harvest.news/2017-07-18-pesticides-sprayed-on-food-crops-are-wiping-out-food-pollinators-leading-toward-a-global-food-collapse.html

07/16/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

As people become increasingly attuned to the dangers posed by GMOs, Big Ag is trying to stem its losses through

http://www.harvest.news/2017-07-16-university-of-kentucky-now-indoctrinating-high-school-students-into-gmo-agriculture-with-ag-biotech-day.html

07/03/2017 / By Tim Wesley

It’s shocking — and depressing — that despite an estimated 842 million starving people in different parts of the world, we

http://www.harvest.news/2017-07-03-almost-40-percent-of-u-s-food-production-goes-to-waste-heres-how-we-can-do-better.html