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Public education about QR codes important to success of proposed federal GMO label, study finds

Megan Poinsky | 
The study, the release of which was the subject of a now-moot lawsuit from the Center for Food Safety last ...
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Center for Food Safety sues USDA to spur release of GMO QR code labeling study

Megan Poinski | 
One of the most controversial aspects of the mandatory GMO labeling law signed by President Obama last summer is the ...
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Dannon embraces controversial Non-GMO label for all its products, claiming ‘transparency’

Megan Poinski | 
By the end of 2018, all Danimals, Dannon and Oikos branded products for sale in the U.S. will feature the ...
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USDA requests ‘stakeholders’ feedback as it researches what to say in federal GMO label guidelines

Megan Poinski | 
The U.S. Agriculture Department's Agricultural Marketing Service has started the process of figuring out how to write the guidelines for ...
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What is the best strategy to market new GMO produce like pink pineapple?

Carolyn Heneghan | 
Despite reservations many consumers and public health advocates have about genetically modified foods, researchers, farmers and ingredient suppliers continue to ...
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Genetically engineered yeast could make whiskey less expensive

Carolyn Heneghan | 
Biotech company BioTork has engineered strains of yeast that demonstrate increased ethanol yields and decreased time needed for fermentation, according to a ...
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Are ‘GMO-free’ zones an organic industry marketing ploy?

Keith Loria | 
Earlier this month, Sonoma County became the sixth county in California to successfully pass legislation banning GMO use in local agriculture.... While this ...
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Mars Inc., announces it will label GMO ingredients on product packaging

Carolyn Heneghan | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Mars announced [March 21] it will ...
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USDA Secretary Vilsack voices support for mandatory GMO labeling

Carolyn Heneghan | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack ...

More competition for Non-GMO Project: NSF’s Non-GMO True North certification

Carolyn Heneghan | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. NSF International has launched ...
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New ‘Non-GMO’ label rolls out to promote organic production

Carolyn Heneghan | 
California Certified Organic Farmers has released the "Non GMO & More" seal, which its members can use to verify that ...
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Four trends driving food labeling changes

Sam Vance | 
What's likely to happen with four of the most common food labels -- natural, organic, country-of-origin, and GMO -- in ...

Four trends driving food labeling

Sam Vance | 
Like food, labels are something we need, but are at constant risk of abusing. The FDA regulates what can, as ...
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