A new German coalition government, if it’s formed, plans to seek tougher regulations in the European Union for labeling meat from farm animals that have been fed genetically modified food. If introduced, the labels could have a large impact on livestock production, as many Europeans might be hesitant to eat GMO-fed meat. Most soy-based animal feed in the EU is genetically modified and imported from the United States and South America. The new coalition would retain a zero-tolerance policy of non-approved GMOs in human food. Any such policy would have to be agreed and approved by the European Union via a lengthy process.
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