The Dirty Dozen 2017: The fruits and veggies with the most pesticides

Strawberries have the highest amount of pesticides. But before you freak out, read this.

Not rich, but want a better diet? 5 ways to eat healthier food — while also saving money

Eating healthy on a budget is possible: Here are a few ways you can make it happen!
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Think organic is healthier? You might just be wasting your hard-earned cash

Science isn't so sure organic produce is any better than its conventionally-grown counterpart.
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What foods are best to buy organic? Here's a list of products worth investing in.

The organic foods that are worth the splurge.
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The 17 Most Expensive Foods To Buy Organic

Organic milk and eggs are seriously pricey, but possibly worth the extra cash.

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Here's Why Organic Skincare Isn't As Beneficial As It's Cracked Up to Be

You might want to rethink that organic face wash.
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One Chart Reveals Something Troubling About Who Really Makes Your Organic Food

This might change your next trip to Whole Foods.
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There's a Silver Lining to the 2014 Farm Bill That You Haven't Heard About

Organic farms are going to get a boost.

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This Fast-Food Chain is Cutting Out Gross Chemicals — And Customers Love It

Chipotle voluntarily adds GMO labeling to their website, and starts making plans to remove GMOs from their products altogether. It's a free-market — and delicious — solution.
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Eden Foods Birth Control: The Hidden Agenda of an Organic Giant

Eden Foods' recent lawsuit to reject the birth control mandate under religious exemptions reveals how activism must become integral to the organic movement, transcending class status.
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GE Food Labeling Bill: Millennials Should Support It

Millennials have unprecedented power to shape the food system and send signals to food growers and processors. Supporting GE labeling is a start.
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Organic Food: The Unexpected Side Effects Of Eating It

Many assume going organic is a healthy move, but products can expose consumers to pesticides and more.
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What’s in the Weed You’re Smoking?

Large amounts of pesticides that are not approved for human consumption are being used to grow cannabis in a highly unregulated market.

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Farm Bill Cuts $22 Million From Organic Food Funding: Taxpayers Don't Have to Pay For Overpriced Food Labels

Congress cut $22 million in funds for the National Organic Certification Cost-Share Program from the new farm bill extension this year. Here's why this may actually be a good thing for taxpayers.
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California Proposition 37 Polls: GMO Prop is Not Science, It is Marking

California's controversial Proposition 37, has Californians divided on labeling requirements for genetically engineered seed products. Here's why the proposition deserves a "no" vote.
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Prop 37 California GMO: California Food Labeling Proposal is Still Bogus

California's GM food labeling proposal has nothing to do with science.
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National Organic Standards Board Needs Reform

Until there is action to end the corruption on the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB), organic food production will not reach its full potential.
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Monsanto Needs To Get Its Paws Off Our Crops: Industrial Agriculture is Not the Answer

Industrial agriculture is failing, and no one should be surprised. It is time we started looking for alternatives.

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Young Organic Farmers Are the Future of the American Food Industry

"Grow local, buy local" and "certified organic" are becoming increasingly sellable words in our society. Now young farmers are looking to make a difference and keep things truly local.
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Farming Inner-City Community Action

In addition to providing lower-income city residents with access to healthy food options, urban farming provides a model for collective community action in the black community.
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Eco-Farming's Promise for Poverty Alleviation

If organic agriculture is going to feed the world, the West must invest in on-the-ground research programs to identify and develop best practices in each and every developing country.