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Want consumers to embrace CRISPR? Don’t call it a gene-editing ‘revolution,’ explain its agricultural benefits

Farm Bureau | 
How can you talk to consumers about gene editing when most have little understanding of how plants are bred? The ...
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Viewpoint: ‘Impossible Whopper’ success proves consumers want sustainable food and biotech stigma is overblown. How will meat producers respond?

Center for Food Integrity | 
“It will never be more than niche.” That’s what a cattleman friend of mine recently said about meat alternatives. I’m ...
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5 ways the food industry can earn consumer trust for gene-edited foods

Food Navigator | 
[Editor's note: Charlie Arnot is CEO of the Center for Food Integrity.] Trust research from The Center for Food Integrity ...
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Building Trust For Food Technology Innovation Is A Long Process

Center for Food Integrity | 
Science alone will not build public support for controversial food and farming technologies. Innovation supporters need to encourage a consensus ...
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CFI Research: Does Celebrity Visibility On Issues Translate To Credibility?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Center for Food Integrity research finds consumers don’t place a high degree of trust in celebrities. Doctors were rated highest, ...
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Transparency Helps Food Producers Increase Trust Processes And Products

Center for Food Integrity | 
Research shows that consumers hold food companies most responsible not only for labor issues, human rights and business ethics, but ...
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New Technology Adoption Is The Ethical Thing To Do

Center for Food Integrity | 
CFI's research shows much stronger support for teaching developing countries how to feed themselves instead of exporting food to them ...
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Science Denial Is A Global Issue Hampering Food Technology Advancements

Center for Food Integrity | 
On GM foods or myriad other issues, what barriers are important to science denial? This is the latest in the ...
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Shared Values Must Come Before Science in Winning Consumer Trust On Today’s Farming Practices

Center for Food Integrity | 
Science isn’t enough. Science tells us if we can do something while society tells us if we should. Farmers need ...
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Technology In Farming And Food: Farmers And Producers Need To Build Trust

Center for Food Integrity | 
Consumers expect more than quality and safety; they want the supply chain to be transparent. Farmers and food companies that ...
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Transparency Is Key To Consumer Acceptance Of New Technology

Center for Food Integrity | 
Can gene-editing technology avoid the stigma associated with GMOs? Center for Food Integrity research says food and agricultural companies must ...