Agriculture Sector

The GMO Debate is Still On

The GMO Debate is Still On

The GMO debate has been going on for years and Vermont recently passed the legislation that would require companies to label the GM ingredient effective from July 1.

Puerto Rico Gets Some Relief with Rescue Bill and Demand and Improving Agriculture

Puerto Rico Gets Some Relief with Rescue Bill and Demand and Improving Agricultu

Puerto Rico has been reeling under its debt crisis but there seems to be some relief with a bill called the Puerto Rico Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Act which was supported last we

Although Scientists say GMOs are Safe to Eat But it is Not Easy to Convince Everyone

Although Scientists say GMOs are Safe to Eat But it is Not Easy to Convince Ever

Even though scientific studies may point out that genetically engineered crops are safe to eat but it is difficult to convince the consumer rights groups like Food & Water Watch right away.

SEC Issues $125,000 Penalty for California’s Largest Agricultural Water District Over Misleading Investors

SEC Issues $125,000 Penalty for California’s Largest Agricultural Water District

The drought in California has set a record and the U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission set another record this time announcing a rare fine of $125,000 for the largest agricultural water district in California to settle civil charges alleging that it misled investors regarding its ability to pay debt on a $77 million bond.

U.S. Agriculture Department Investigates Video of Animal Abuse at Pork Processing Plant

U.S. Agriculture Department Investigates Video of Animal Abuse at Pork Processin

Instances of animal abuse in slaughter houses are on the rise with secretly taken videos often published by animal activist groups.

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