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British farmers reassess sustainability benefits of GMO crops in wake of Brexit

Lauren Dean | 
Genetically modified (GM) crops are without a doubt the answer to feeding the world, farming experts told a GM debate ...
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Waitrose, major UK grocery chain, reducing use of GMO fed animals in its supply chain

Alex Black | 
Waitrose has received its first shipment of soya grown in the Danube region of Europe as it attempts to bring ...
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After Brexit, UK farmers want speedier, science-based pesticide approval and regulation

Marianne Curtis | 
A more science-based, pragmatic and faster approach to approving pesticides and regulating their use in the UK post Brexit was ...

Europe debating how to regulate emerging genome editing technology

Alistair Driver | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. EU policymakers are about ...
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