The European Food Safety Authority's (EFSA) GMO panel has no safety concerns after reviewing data from French scientists suggesting toxicity concerns in rats fed the MON863 variety of GM maize from Monsanto.
Food industry R&D executives will be meeting in Chicago next
month to examine the impact of increased biofuel demand on their
business, in an effort to anticipate challenges resulting from a
fundamental shift in supply chain dynamics.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) is consulting with EU
member states to ascertain whether further data are available to
help it with its renewed assessment of Monsanto's GM maize MON 863;
its evaluation, based on this...
News that a variety of GM corn produced signs of liver and kidney
toxicity in rats should be a wake-up call for better testing and
more transparency from biotechs, if GMOs are to be accepted by
increasingly sceptical consumers.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has revealed that it will review the new data presented by French scientists that revealed toxicity concerns in rats fed the MON863 variety of GM maize from Monsanto.
The Hungarian government is confident it will be allowed to retain
a ban on a genetically modified maize crop approved for feed use in
the European Union, when the issue - which could have signifcant
affects for the wider food industry...