Over the next few months, Syngenta will need to weather numerous class action lawsuits alleging the company sold GMO corn seeds that were not approved in foreign markets. The lawsuits argue that because the seeds were legal in the U.S. but not yet approved in foreign markets, the price of U.S. corn dropped as the produce would be rejected in markets outside of the U.S.read more
First, there was Fight for $15. Then, diners demanded that wait staff be paid a fair wage. Now, their delivery counterparts are fighting for similar protections.read more
Class action lawsuits are becoming a pretty common occurrence in the food industry, as consumers become more aware and concerned about how their food is made. Just these past two days, three more suits were reported or updated against Nestle, Hershey's and ConAgra.read more
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