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Cheese DNA

Talking Biotech: Almost all cheeses are GMOs (but not labeled in Vermont); Kevin Folta on NAS GMO report

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Almost all cheeses are GMOs (but not labeled in Vermont); Kevin Folta on NAS GMO report ...

If you enjoy cheese, you can thank GMOs

Gizmodo | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. It used to be ...
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Cheese playing increasingly ‘divisive role’ in GMO labeling debate

i09 | 
Today, it is estimated that 80—90 percent of cheese in the U.S. and UK is made using Fermentation-Produced Chymosin (FPC). The GMO-derived enzyme has ...

If you believe GMOs are bad, read this

Berkeley Science Review | 
Agriculture might not strike you as humanity’s first scientific endeavor. Familiar images of farmers tilling their fields or cowboys tending ...
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