What does 2017 hold for the food industry?

With 2016 in the books, we now look ahead to 2017 and all the potential it holds. With a new presidential administration and FSMA roll-out and compliance dates on the docket, 2017 could be a big year for the food safety industry. Here’s a look at 10 key points the Acheson Group predicts will play […]

New discovery points toward potential agricultural breakthrough

Arguments concerning genetic engineering of the world’s food supply are nothing new. Many members of the scientific community argue GMO foods are just as safe to consume as their naturally grown counterparts, while others fear that tampering with our crops could lessen the integrity of our meals.

But, what if genetic engineering could increase food […]

New USDA approved apples turn down the brown

New types of apples that have been genetically engineered (GE) to not brown as quickly after being cut were recently approved for sales in the U.S. by The U.S. Department of Agriculture, according to a recent article.

Known as the Arctic Granny and Arctic Golden, these are the first types of apples that have been […]

Got (genetically modified) milk?

Researchers in Ireland are coming close to creating a type of milk that is unlike anything currently on grocery store shelves today. It’s nutritious and delicious—and it is made completely animal free.

While milks made from plants and other proteins (soy, almond, rice, for instance) are currently available, there is one defining element that makes […]