Growing need for GMO labelling in Namibia

The following is an edited excerpt.

The Namibian Organic Association (NOA) is calling for the introduction of mandatory and comprehensive labelling for genetically engineered agricultural products or genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in Namibia.

“Mandatory and comprehensive labelling is necessary in order to ensure that the rights of consumers are protected, since a rapidly growing number of consumers do not want to consume genetically engineered agricultural products,” the chairperson of NOA, Manjo Smith, said.

Read the full article here: Namibia: Growing Need for GMO Labelling

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