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FDA Delays New Food Label Deadline; Tax on Sugary Drinks Continues; Adverse Effects of Cosmetic Products Surface

FDA Announces an Extension of the New Food Label Deadline Without Specified Date  In response to the FDA announcement, Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) issued a statement saying that “The ability of the Trump Administration to repeat its mistakes is … Read More

April 1: Just Food Forum on Labor in Food System

Just Food! Forum on Labor Across the Food System  Just Food! is a student-organized collaboration of the Harvard Law School Food Law Society and Harvard Food Literacy Project and co-sponsored by the Harvard Law School Food Law and Policy Clinic. … Read More

Food Policy Keeps Up; Washington DC Food Tank Summit Inspires; NYC Bodegas Protest; EPA Reports Smudged; Biodiversity Improves Standards

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Civil Eats Describes Food Policy Today “With policy changes taking place at breakneck speed in Washington, there is no certainty with respect to laws that have made the U.S. food system safer, healthier, and more sustainable. The only certainty is that … Read More

February 2: WA D.C. Food Tank Summit

Food Tank, in partnership with The George Washington University, is excited to announce the 3rd Annual Washington, D.C. Food Tank Summit. This one-day event will feature more than three dozen different speakers from the food and agriculture field. Researchers, farmers, … Read More

Growing Organic Just Got Easier, maybe?; Trump’s Wall Could Cause Food System to Suffer; The Future or Dairy Farmers; Gene Editing Could Be Easier Than Microsoft; Urban Forests Rising; Animal Welfare Builds Support; Food Stamps Go Online

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Growing Organic Just Got Easier, but can we trust it? We can’t believe everything we hear. As I always say, you need to follow the money! The Organic Trade Association, which is an organization that was set up to help … Read More

Take Action: Say No More to McAntiobiotics; Stop the Pilgrim Pipeline Project Between NY and NJ; Stop the Spectra AIM Pipeline!

Say No More to McAntiobiotics! Many health professionals and experts would agree that antibiotics have revolutionized modern medicine since they were first discovered in 1928. Yet there are many more experts, human rights and social justice activists included, who are feverishly advocating against the overuse (and misuse) of … Read More

September 8: National Town Hall Call-Vote with Your Fork

Where is food in the national elections? The past decade has ushered in numerous local, state and national policy improvements. And yet, Big Ag continues to keep food off the table in elections and serious policy discussions. In the thick … Read More

Take Action: Fundraising with Friends; Make Clean Energy Affordable; Labeling Without Loopholes

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Fundraising with Friends On October 15-16, people from all over the world who have been harmed by big agribusiness will gather in The Hague, Netherlands, for the International Monsanto Tribunal and People’s Assembly. This is a two-day event that will … Read More


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