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How needless precaution kept a GMO ‘superfood’ off the market: Q&A with Golden Rice author Ed Regis

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Seeing what has happened to Golden Rice over the course of 20 years, nothing would surprise me going forward ...
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Bangladesh could approve GMO Golden Rice in November 2019—after 10-year delay caused by regulation, activism

Washington Post | 
By [November 15], Bangladesh’s agriculture minister is expected to announce the approval of “golden rice" for sale and use, making ...
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Viewpoint: Golden Rice—how ‘stultifying overregulation, fear and hostility’ kept a GMO superfood off the market

Foreign Policy | 
The superfood thus seemed to have everything going for it: It would be the basis for a sea change in ...
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