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If consumers fear GMOs, why do they keep buying Impossible Burgers?

Dan Murphy | 
Used to be that GMOs ranked right up there with child porn as a blight on society no one should ...
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Off-patent GMO Bt corn could slash seed costs for farmers, boost crop yields

Chris Bennett | 
Extremely low-cost and high-yield Bt corn? Off-patent, generic Bt corn is rapidly approaching farmland and the price differential might cause ...
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Viewpoint: USDA should take over animal gene-editing regulation from FDA to boost food innovation

Dan Kovich | 
With critical export markets still restricted by trade disputes and mounting concerns about animal disease risk....[p]roper regulatory oversight for an ...
Why GMO advocates are failing in convincing the public that biotech crops are safe and beneficial

Why GMO advocates are failing in convincing the public that biotech crops are safe and beneficial

John Phipps | 
I have complained often about the lack of horizontal polling for public acceptance of genetically modified food – where the ...

Leaked EU report suggests countries’ right to ban GM animal feed upsetting trading partners in US, Canada

Phelim O'Neill | 
The Genetically Modified (GM) feed debate rumbles on in the EU with a leaked report suggesting that individual countries will ...