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Rethinking “pro-GMO” and “anti-GMO” labels

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Journalists and commentators often use the terms "anti-GMO" and "pro-GMO" as shorthand to guide the reader through ideological thickets. But ...
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Center for Food Safety urges FDA to exclude GMOs from definition of ‘natural’

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Anti-GMO activists are using any means they can to influence labeling laws, including slamming food manufacturers with class action lawsuits ...
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Grist vs. GM Watch: Is there a middle in the GMO debate?

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GM Watch's scathing critique of Nathanael Johnson's efforts to find the middle ground in the GMO debate has not deterred ...
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Mother Jones’s Philpott supports Pollan “talking points” attack on NYTimes GM orange story

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Anti-GMO journalist defends Michael Pollan’s backhanded attack on Amy Harmon’s NYT story on GM oranges ...
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