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Unless you eat 10 pounds of oatmeal daily, glyphosate in your cereal isn’t dangerous

Diane Karr | 
Is there glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup herbicide, hiding in your cereal? Even if there is, there’s some reliable ...
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Nutritionist: You can’t buy GMO wheat—so don’t blame it for celiac disease

Nebraska Corn Board | 
Amber Pankonin, a registered dietitian and an adjunct instructor in the science department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, places trust ...
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Afraid of GMOs? Thousands of studies, strict regulations show there’s nothing to fear, farmer says

Deb Gangwish | 
GMOs have been widely misunderstood. People are concerned about their health and the environment (and they should be worried about ...
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Tough times on the farm: US profit squeeze expected to continue for fourth straight year

Cole Epley | 
This year, U.S. farmers are expected to net profits of $62.3 billion, or one-half of the record $123 billion they reaped ...

Two Nebraska farmers: There’s enough room for GM and organic agriculture

Jourdyn Kaarre | 
For Scott Kinkaid and Tim Nissen, the arguments over genetically modified food hit close to home. Kinkaid grows soybeans and ...

Future GM foods like wheat, rice and salmon face even greater hurdles than today’s GM corn or soy

Angela Hensel | 
For many corn and soybean farmers in the U.S., the new normal is to plant genetically modified crops. But considering how ...

All tools, including biotechnology, should be on table to fight global hunger

Elisabeth Arneson | 
By 2050, the world population is predicted to increase from 7 billion to 9 billion people, a nearly 30 percent ...

Honeybees and monarch butterflies on decline but GMOs are not to blame

Heather Haskins | 
Both honeybees and monarch butterflies are on the decline, and scientists have yet to figure out exactly why. Many critics are ...

GM key to battle growing impact of climate change on farming

Jessica Gibbs | 
Climate change is turning farm fields brown in the Midwest and around the world just as global demand for food ...

GMO labeling push unsuccessful in GMO-producing Midwest

Adam Pribil | 
Calls to label genetically modified food have rumbled loudly through the East and West Coast states but have produced only ...

Iowa Senate panel weighs bill on labeling of GM foods

The following is an excerpt. An Iowa Senate panel held a public hearing Wednesday on a bill that would require ...
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