Author: Organic Consumer Association

Tom’s Foolery

Tom’s of Maine, that homespun brand from the quaint little state of Maine, wouldn’t lie to you about its toothpaste, would it?

Dark Day in DC

By voting for the DARK Act, politicians voted against truth and transparency, against science, against the more than century-old right of states to legislate on matters relating to food safety and labeling.

Giving Away The Farm

You might think H.R. 1599 (DARK Act) is too outrageous to be taken seriously by any Congress member who believes in Democracy. But you’d be wrong.

Five Organic Farmers Need Your Help

Whole Foods has created their own Responsibly Grown rating system (Good, Better and Best) — often labeling conventional produce, with known agrochemical residues, as “Best” while labeling certified organic fruits and vegetables as only “Good” or, even worse, “Unrated.”

Get On The Bus December 10!

The battle for the right to know if your food contains genetically modified organisms (GMOs) could come to a screeching halt with the signing of one bill in Congress.