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Sustainability benefits of biotech may prompt Millennials, Gen Z to embrace GMOs and gene editing

Jeff Gelski | 
Millennials and Generation Z are influencing the ever-evolving clean label category, and they might be willing to consider biotechnology/genetic modification ...

Would farmers grow GM wheat if approved?

Jeff Gelski | 
Any future deregulation and commercialization of bioengineered/genetically modified wheat in the United States would pose questions. Might yield and disease-resistant ...

Hershey drops bioengineered sugar from products

Monica Watrous | 
Just a day after competitor Nestle USA announced a similar commitment, the Hershey Co. said it will begin transitioning to ...
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