Australia: “GMO-free” certification launched

The following is an edited excerpt. 

A new certification body for genetically modified organism free (GMO-free) foods has been launched in Australia.

‘GMO-free’ certification launched in AustraliaGMO-ID Australia, a subsidiary of accreditation body HACCP International Pty Ltd, which has specialised in product certification for the food industry since 1998, will use the ‘Cert ID Non GMO’ (Cert ID) certification system in Australia and the Pacific region.

The Cert ID system will offer a range of third party certification schemes aimed at the food industry, including farmers and growers through to manufacturers, suppliers, retailers and foodservice businesses. Certified organisations will be listed on the GMO-ID Australia website.

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