food ag policy

Five Food Policy Priorities Facing the Next Administration

In exactly one week, this election will finally be over. But it's really just the beginning for the next president and Congress who will have to start sorting through and identifying policy priorities, including food and farm issues. We've pulled together a list of five of the top issues the next president will have to tackle!

Food Policy Round-Up: Spring 2016

With the election drama dominating the news, it's been easy to miss all the exciting action happening in Congress over the past few months. This cheat sheet summarizes the most significant food- and agriculture-related bills Congress has been working on, why they're important and their current status.

Film Features Hemp Farmer and Veteran Michael Lewis of The Growing Warriors Project

We first met Michael Lewis of The Growing Warriors Project at Farm Aid 2015 where he and his fellow farmers presented the first United States flag to be made of American-grown hemp in nearly a century. We're excited to report that the partnership that made the flag was featured in a great new documentary, titled "Harvesting Liberty."

FDA Finally Seeks to Limit Arsenic in Infant Food

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced that it is taking steps to reduce arsenic exposure in infants, and has proposed guidelines for infant feeding to reduce arsenic in babies' diets. Good news for parents!

States Join National Fight Against Food Waste

In a major victory for food and environmental groups, the Obama Administration declared that United States will cut its food waste in half by 2030. Now that the federal government has committed to addressing our food waste problem, it seems like everyone wants in on the action. Finally this critical issue is getting the attention it deserves!

Presidents Gone Green

America's 44 presidents have dealt with environmental and climate issues since our nation's beginning. From Thomas Jefferson to Barack Obama, here's how they've managed and grown our food, water and energy systems!

This Week in Eco News - January 22, 2016

A big part of making our society more eco-friendly is expanding opportunities for companies and individuals to become more sustainable! This week's Eco News features stories of these opportunities and of places where increasing opportunities would do a world of good!

Tell the FDA to Fix the ''Natural'' Label

While many consumers believe that meats and other foods labeled "natural" are produced without hormones, antibiotics, pesticides or GMOs, in reality, the label is virtually meaningless. Join Consumers Union in urging the FDA to fix the misleading "natural" label!

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