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9 Reasons to Go Beyond Organic

The organic label is a great way to ensure your food is coming from farms that do not use GMOs (genetically modified organisms) and harsh chemical pesticides and fertilizers. It is becoming increasingly common to see foods with this label not just at Whole Foods...

What’s the Buzz on Cheerios’ Missing Bee?

If you’ve seen a box of Cheerios recently, you may have noticed a glaring white space where its mascot “Buzz” the bee usually hovers over a cereal bowl. General Mills (the parent company of Cheerios) has removed his image to raise awareness for bee decline...

Dear Mondelez, Thanks for Taking Steps on GMOs—Now Let’s Talk Oreos

Everyone knows Oreo— “America’s favorite” (GMO-filled) cookie, but you may not have heard of Mondelez, the company that makes Oreos. Recently, however, Mondelez seems to be taking steps to repair their image and venture into producing healthier, non-GMO (genetically modified organism) containing options. After three years...

Glyphosate Residue in your Cereal Bowl

Update: Kellogg's agreed "to discuss the results of its supplier survey on pre-harvest glyphosate use with As You Sow, and continue discussion of the company’s quantitative goals regarding pesticide use and impacts in the Company’s supply chain and other policies related to sustainable agriculture." At this point...

Non-GMO Goodies For Every Valentine

Valentine’s day is a great opportunity to show your love to others! Whether that’s a romantic partner, a friend, or (best of all) your dog, we at GMO Inside have you covered with the perfect card and non-GMO treat for every kind of Valentine this...

Book Review: Modified

Most often when we don’t feel well we assume it is due to the latest bug going around or perhaps last night’s dinner. But what if it was more than just one meal that was making you sick. What if it was a food item...

Regenerative Resolutions

Tired of making the same generic New Year’s resolutions every year that, let’s be honest, you never stick to anyway? Roughly half (45%) of Americans make New Year’s resolutions, with the most common being vows to lose weight, get organized, and save more. (Sound familiar?)...

The Rundown on Regenerative Agriculture

It is widely known that global climate change is a huge issue facing our planet.  This problem has been caused in large part by humans interfering with the carbon cycle. For years, scientists have pointed out how the burning of fossil fuels has released an...