The use of certain biotechnologies could support organic production in the future – although the currently approved ‘cross-species’ GM technologies are the biggest threat to the organic food system, says Christopher Stopes.
A Spanish consumer rights group has launched a naming and shaming Twitter campaign after it found one third of consumers surveyed has bought the wrong product due to confusing food labels.
The Commission today adopted ten new authorizations and seven renewals of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) for food and feed use.
PepsiCo faces the challenge of redefining 'good for you', as it sees consumers turn their attention to real sugar, organic, and non-GMO.
Letters of support to the World Health Organisation (WHO) for its recent work on food marketing to children may be used as a basis of dialogue between European governments and the food industry, the WHO has said.
Netherlands-based food group Wessanen has reported higher sales and profits during the first quarter, driven by 8.4% volume growth.