Insisting that science has a monopoly on the truth invalidates dissent and undermines what should be an open dialogue between science and society.
Lawmakers reach a deal on national labeling rules for foods that contain GMOs, but if passed, it won't give consumers what research has shown consumers want.
The Senate has just reached an agreement for a national system to label foods with genetically modified ingredients. What do consumers actually want from GM food labeling?
What explains the huge gap between US and European consumers on GMO foods? A short history helps explain.
Statewide survey in Vermont finds GM food labels don't scare consumers or indicate an inferior product. In some cases, labels built trust in the technology.