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Two markets for dietary supplements: Non-GMO and ‘made with genetic technology’

Hank Schultz | 
Opponents of the labeling of genetically modified ingredients have spent millions to defeat the various state ballot measures on the ...

Non-GMO foods will account for 30% of US food and beverage sales by 2017

Elaine Watson | 
US retail sales of non-GMO foods and beverages are projected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of ...

Natural products association believes market-driven approach better than laws for GE labeling

Hank Schultz | 
A market-driven approach that allows consumers to opt for foods made without genetically modified ingredients is preferable to mandatory labeling ...

Nutritionally enhanced biotech soybeans blocked by activists

Elaine Watson | 
The following is an edited excerpt.  Monsanto has joined forces with DSM to commercialize a genetically engineered soybean oil rich ...
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