Seeking truth, reason in food conversations

Seeking truth, reason in food conversations

WHEN it comes to truthful and accurate conversations about food sustainability, U.S. farmer groups made noise about a recent announcement from The Dannon Co. on its pledge to change over to non-genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

In an age of ongoing social media-driven food changes, the U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance (USFRA) has vowed to stand up for U.S. farmers' interests if food companies move away from reasonable and truthful conversa

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