The National Cotton Council’s 2016 Washington agenda focused on enhancing existing cotton policy to better address the economic situation, while advancing the industry’s priorities on appropriations, trade and regulatory issues.
Cargill Inc.’s efforts to supply food companies with non-genetically modified ingredients have come under attack from the other side of its business: farmers. Read moreRead More »
According to peer-reviewed science it is not a carcinogen — with the exception of the IARC (International Agency on cancer research) aspect of the World Health Organization labeling it as a class 2A “possible carcinogen.” But should this be cause for concern? Read moreRead More »