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crispr technology to be used by monsanto
October 11, 2016
Monsanto has licensed Crispr technology from the Broad Institute for the development of new genetically modified crops. But are these…
Vermont May Not Require GMO Labeling Anymore, but Companies are Encouraged to Keep it Up
August 9, 2016
The Vermont Retail Grocers Association encourages continued GMO labeling even after the invalidation of the Vermont GMO labeling law by…
gmo food reportedly safe
May 24, 2016
GMO food is safe for human consumption, according to a new study, but this does not mean that the GMO…
scotland bans gmos
August 12, 2015
GMO crops can no longer be cultivated in Scotland, government officials announced.
In Lieu of Labels, White House Moves to Update Regulatory Framework for GMOs
July 6, 2015
Where genetically modified foods — GMOs — are found in our food supply may soon be a little clearer if…
Vermont's GMO Labeling Law Declared Constitutional and Ready For Implementation
May 1, 2015
Vermont's GMO labeling law has been declared constitutional, and the temporary injunction to block the law from being implemented has…
EU To Allow Individual Member to Ban Genetically Modified Foods
March 6, 2015
The EU passed a law that lets individual states call the shots on whether to allow or ban genetically modified…
Senator Boxer Reintroduces GMO Labeling Bill In Response to Consumer Support
February 18, 2015
After being kiboshed in 2013, the Genetically Engineered Food Right-to-Know Act, a GMO labeling bill, is being reintroduced at the…
January 28, 2015
Scientists from Harvard and Yale have developed a "genetic firewall" that may help to prevent the spread of GMOs to…
shopping
November 24, 2014
Measure 92--the GMO labeling initiative in Oregon has come within 1,500 votes, sending it back to the state for an…