Zambia increases GMO imports after assessment shows ‘products safe for consumption’

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Europe depends on US exports of GM grain to sustain its livestock sector.

Zambia’s regulator of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) on [July 8] announced that it has allowed some companies to import products containing GMOs despite resistance from some stakeholders.

The decision was made following a risk assessment by a scientific advisory committee, which found the products safe for human consumption, Zambezi said.

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