Taiwan’s government recently passed a law, which when implemented, will set some new tolerance regulations for food containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
This new law will require all foods containing GMO ingredients to carry a label and also will set the tolerance of GMO content for which ingredients must be labeled at 0.9 percent, similar to regulations in the European Union (EU).
Taiwan consumes more than 8 million bushels of soybeans used in soy foods. Ninety-five percent of those 8 million bushels originate in the U.S., and 7.2 million bushels of those soybeans are GMO soybeans from the U.S.
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