WHAT’S next in the dynamic war on plastic after McDonalds’ decision to phase out plastic straws? McDonalds announced last week it would start an attempt to phase out plastic straws from all its 970...

Simplot’s John West has released a statement in response to the negative portrayal of it by Greenpeace in Greenpeace’s latest 2012 canned tuna guide issued last week. The Greenpeace document purports...

The South Australian Fisherman’s Co-Operative Limited (SAFCOL)’s new ‘pole and line’ range of tuna has placed SAFCOL near the top amongst food groups supplying major supermarkets for a sustainable...

Western Australian organic farmer Steve Marsh is suing his neighbour after genetically modified (GM) canola seed is alleged to have contaminated his property in late 2010, leading to the loss of his organic...

Early last Thursday, Greenpeace activists whipper-snippered a genetically modified wheat experiment on the outskirts of Canberra. Two women, one of them described as a mother concerned for the health of...

The war between manufacturers of infant formula and activist group Greenpeace has taken another step, with industry lobby group the Infant Nutrition Council stating that they are not capable of producing...

Aussie mums are undertaking DIY labelling of contaminated baby food this morning, after tests showed one of Australia’s leading infant formulas contains a number of unlabelled genetically modified...

Wal-Mart said it was “surprised” by criticism levelled at it by Greenpeace, which has accused the retail giant of driving rainforest deforestation and pushing animals to extinction by buying...

Nestlé has announced their commitment to stop buying palm oil from companies owning or managing plantations or farms linked to rainforest destruction. This would apply to notorious Sinar Mas, a palm oil...

Nestlé Chairman, Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, this week repeated the Company’s call for a moratorium on the destruction of the world’s rainforests and blamed the biofuel industry for the growth...