Free market view of California Prop 37

When Californians go to the polls this November, one of the ballot initiatives they will vote on will be the ...

Highest European court confirms GM crop rights

On Sept. 6, the European Court of Justice clarified the legal requirements for the cultivation of genetically-modified (GM) crops in ...

West Australian government dismisses as scaremongering call to abandon GM wheat trial

SCIENTISTS from three countries are warning a CSIRO-led push to make Australia the first nation in the world to introduce ...

Will Prop 37 cost California agriculture $1.2 billion?

Proposition 37 would result in $1.2 billion in higher costs for farmers and food processors, higher prices for consumers and ...

Brahman genetics provide relief for drought-stricken herds

Two summers of dire drought conditions in a vast majority of the U.S. has made drought relief a hot topic ...

UC Davis professors warn of high cost of Prop 37

The No on Proposition 37 campaign emailed Thursday to tout a new study by UC Davis professors. It concludes that ...

Are GMO labels a scarlet letter?

Proposition 37 could make California the first state in the country to require labels on foods made with genetically-modified ingredients ...

Europe debates use of modified olive fly

As Spain revs up its annual campaign against one of its olive crop’s biggest enemies – the olive fly – ...

Can GM crops bust the drought?

Farmers and crop companies are struggling to figure out ways to cope with severe drought. Changing the weather is still ...

India: Give up the fear of GM crops, says Indian farmer

The parliamentary committee report on genetically modified (GM) organisms is an attempt to give a quiet burial to biotechnology in ...

Mandatory GM labeling would require major change, says GM supporter

CPG manufacturers may be on the cusp of monumental change as voters in California contemplate a hotly contested ballot initiative ...

GM crops choked by regulatory burder, says GM supporter

FOOD prices are at record highs and the ranks of the hungry are swelling once again. A warming climate is ...

European court confirms right to cultivate GM crops

A decision by the European Court of Justice has clarified the legal requirements concerning the cultivation of GM crops within ...

Conference urges drive toward GMO-free Europe

The European Green Party and the European GMO-free Regions Network is meeting with politicians, scientists, EU institutions and businesses in ...

Controversial GM potato trial to yield results in weeks

A controversial study into the environmental impact of genetically modified (GM) potatoes in Oak Park, Co Carlow, is expected to ...

Mexico: Biotechnology is important for increasing yields and reducing pesticide usage, says report

The Confederation of Mexican Cotton Association (CMCA) believes that biotechnology is an important tool in increasing yields and reducing pesticide ...

Public sparring between Prop 37 supporters, opponents begins

As predicted by supporters late last month, opponents of Propostion 37, which would mandate the disclosure of whether genetically modified ...

Zambia: State refutes GMO importation claim

Government says reports that the country is being fed by Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO’s) is mere speculation. Deputy Minister of ...

Is bug resistant GM corn losing its effectiveness?

There’s “mounting evidence” that Monsanto Co. (MON) corn that’s genetically modified to control insects is losing its effectiveness in the ...

DNA test to guarantee Irish pigmeat

A NOVEL paternity test for pigs has been introduced to determine if meat sold as Irish actually comes from Irish ...

Futurist envisions aquaculture and GMOs to feed the planet

It’s been said that, when it comes to the future of food, thought falls along one of two paths. There’s ...
Monsanto: 'No' to GM food labeling in California, 'yes' to GM food labeling in Great Britain? Why?

Monsanto: ‘No’ to GM food labeling in California, ‘yes’ to GM food labeling in Great Britain? Why?

Monsanto fully supports the labeling of foods with genetically engineered products. In the United Kingdom. St. Louis-based Monsanto, a leading ...
Genetic engineering: Is it a a food fix or does it cause more problems?

Genetic engineering: Is it a a food fix or does it cause more problems?

Genetically engineered (GE) crops are often discussed as the way to feed the world’s growing populations and to mitigate the ...

Paraguay bets on genetically modified soy and corn

Paraguay will approve Monsanto's genetically modified Roundup Ready 2 soybean seeds before the end of this year along with new ...

Plant biotechnologists “time travel” with their use of chemicals

In the last few months there have been two examples where we have seen brand new biotech crops that are ...

First GM camels to be engineered for drug production

The project aims to slash the prices of life-saving drugs — including insulin, and clotting factors for treating haemophilia — ...

GM government panel warns New Zealand that it could miss the GM bus

New Zealand has been issued an ultimatum by GM heavyweights - change our tune on genetically modified food or watch ...

Authorities in China deny that children were used in a GM food experiment

Authorities in Hunan province on Saturday denied that children in a rural school were guinea pigs in a US research ...

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