Podcast: USDA official examines future of GMO labeling, CRISPR gene-editing regulations in US

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[USDA Under Secretary for marketing and regulatory programs Greg] Ibach discusses some of [the] issues he’s been dealing with in his first few months on the job, including development of the GMO labeling rule; biotechnology approval and how CRISPR/gene editing is being viewed; and animal disease traceability.

 

Original podcast: GREG IBACH DISCUSSES GMO LABELING, CRISPR, TRACEABILITY

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