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Coronavirus has ‘snarled’ food distribution operations, threatening shortages and higher prices

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Global warehouses are stuffed with frozen cuts of pork, wheels of cheese and bags of rice. But as the coronavirus ...
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EU farmers ‘fed up’ with rapeseed as neonicotinoid insecticide ban, dry weather cripple crop yields

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Rapeseed, easily spotted with its bright yellow flowers in summer, is used for meal and oil in products ranging from ...
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UK may reject strict EU GMO rules, but nation’s farmers can’t grow biotech crops yet

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British farmers could get the chance to plant genetically modified crops as part of Boris Johnson’s Brexit plans. The new ...
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French rapeseed yields hit 14-year low following drought, neonicotinoid insecticide ban

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French farmers are getting so tired of beetles chomping on their rapeseed that some of them may decide to further ...
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Farm groups call Dannon’s move towards GMO-free ingredients ‘marketing flimflam’

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Several major U.S. farm organizations said they are “troubled” by The Dannon Co.’s shift to using fewer genetically-modified ingredients, a ...
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U.S. importing more livestock feed as demand for organic eggs, meat, milk increases

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The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. America may export more grain ...
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