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5 ways the USDA could resolve challenges surrounding ‘bioengineered’ food labels

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Two years ago, President Obama signed the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Law (NBFDL) into law, requiring food manufacturers to disclose the presence ...
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CRISPR gene-edited food in Europe? Questions remain on crop breeding regulations

Genetic Literacy Project | 
The European Court of Justice recommended new techniques be exempt from GMO regulations, but left key questions unanswered, writes Gregory ...

Trump administration’s biotech oversight plan echoes Obama’s, but regulatory approach remains unknown

Editor's note: Gregory Jaffe is the director of the project on biotechnology at the Center for Science in the Public Interest In ...

Sustainability proponents talk GMOs, health, superweeds and patents

In These Times | 
As the legal frenzy makes clear, genetic engineering elicits extreme reactions. It’s decried as humanity’s final untethering from the natural ...
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