WAGER: The world of food marketing is full of deception. The truth is there is very little that’s ‘natural’ about our food, but that doesn’t make it dangerous
CHARLEBOIS: Canada, as one of Brazil’s main livestock industry competitors, will likely gain from this scandal, but the industry should not become too complacent
DAYNARD: There are only nine GMO products on the market. So a cucumber with a GMO-free sticker is simply a way for the supplier to charge a higher price.
CHARLEBOIS: Technology will ultimately take the guesswork out of shopping at the grocery story and making menu choices, but for now consumers must be vigilant
CHARLEBOIS: By having science on its side, Monsanto seemed to believe there was no need to answer public concerns – and that was a huge PR mistake
CHARLEBOIS: But the licence that social media grants consumers must be used responsibility if it is to nudge the food industry toward positive change
WILSON: We can now measure, verify and track the beef chain of custody in ways that no other country can
CHARLEBOIS: More than 40 years of research on food irradiation shows that the process is trustworthy