Genetically Modified Organism

GM crops to feed the world?

GM crops to feed the world?

Hunger is on the rise again after falling steadily during the first
half of the 1990s, warns the UN's annual hunger report released on
Wednesday. In the same week, a Danish task force asserts that
organisations are falling short...

GMOs, the state of play

GMOs, the state of play

The advent of new European legislation on genetically modified
organisms - applicable as of last week - will hit all players in
the food industry. In a bid to render the new rules clearer we have
decided to take the step to publish...

Chewing the GM cud

Chewing the GM cud

If nothing else, the opening decade of the 21st century will go
down in the annals of time as the period the world went to war over
GMOs. When it comes to genetically modified organisms, passions run
deep and the path to reconciling...

GMOs with a kick

GMOs with a kick

Can the trend for foods with added health benefits turn the tide of
consumer cynicism towards genetically modified foodstuffs? US
researchers hypothesise that shoppers might just pay a premium for
GMOs if they are told of the potential...

Co-op says no to GM

Co-op says no to GM

The Co-op group, the UK's biggest farm group and one of its largest
retailers, has responded to a recent customer survey on attitudes
to GM by pledging never to plant genetically modified crops or sell
GM products in its stores,...

Brushing up on labels

Brushing up on labels

Australian consumers are reading and using information on food
labels to make informed food choices, cites a new study from the
Food Standards Australia New Zealand. But they are wary about GMOs
and novel foods.

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