A survey of US and Canadian adults by One Degree Organic Foods reveals a significant gap in consumer awareness regarding the world's most widely used pesticide, even among those trying to limit their pesticide exposure.
Pre-harvest spraying of glyphosate-based weedkillers to dry crops is “leading to the mass contamination of essential foods that form the base of our diet,” alleges a new report from The Detox Project, which highlights glyphosate residues on everything...
It’s time to take snacking up a notch with a ‘truly new’ chip experience, an intelligent nibble that blends hydration with brain-enhancements, oats-with-a-twist that turn breakfast into a party and ‘special treat’ biccies to share.
Health campaigners have reacted with disappointment after new scientific analysis concluded that the European Food Safety Authority's (EFSA) claim that glyphosate is not genotoxic cannot be justified on the basis of manufacturers’ studies.
Most Americans are still not familiar with glyphosate, but once they were made aware of it, 93% expressed concern about the presence of the toxin in their breakfast foods – giving One Degree Organic Foods impetus to champion its mission to educate consumers...
Get snacking and join the fight against hunger with 34 Degree’s gluten-free chickpea Snaps, Lay’s Poppables gets rocking with the Trolls and Maison Dixie shakes up the frozen aisle: BakeryandSnacks scours the shelf to find on-trend innovation.
The California company's refrigerated line of overnight oats in a cup – in flavors like Coconut & Cardamom and Coconut & Cacao – aims to shift the narrative away from bars, educating consumers about a potentially harmful chemical along the...
General Mills is the latest major CPG company to be targeted with class action lawsuits alleging it misrepresented the oats used in selected Nature Valley bars and snacks as ‘100% natural’ because they contain trace levels of pesticide residue (glyphosate).
The European Parliament has voted in favour of re-authorising the use of glyphosate – the weedkiller that almost two thirds of consumers want to see banned - but have limited this approval to seven years.
The European Commission delayed making a decision on glyphosate yesterday as four member states, including the EU Presidency-holding Netherlands, said they would vote against renewing Monsanto's licence, leaving campaigners claiming a temporary victory.