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Golden Rice could illegally make its way to India as country struggles to stay 'GMO free'

Golden Rice could illegally make its way to India as country struggles to stay ‘GMO free’

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India has traditionally been a ‘no-GMO’ country, a status recently reinforced when the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India ...
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Glyphosate-tainted honey? New Zealand honey industry rejects ‘sensationalized’ coverage of pesticide safety report

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The New Zealand honey industry has refuted recent claims of its products being unsafe for consumption in the wake of ...
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Cheese without the cow: Could bioengineering produce animal-free dairy products?

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Australian-US firm Change Foods is creating cheese from scratch using bio-engineering technology, claiming that their products will hold an advantage ...
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Biotech experts push back after week-long protest to block Philippines Golden Rice approval

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Golden Rice is any rice variety that has been genetically modified to include two genes (from maize and soil bacteria) ...
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New Zealand mulls loosening strict biotech crop rules as GMO ryegrass shows promise in field trial

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While New Zealand has not yet approved the release of genetically modified crops, its agricultural research agency’s principle scientist has ...
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Thailand, home to early crop biotech research, proposes strict GMO safety, labeling rules

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Thailand has drafted a new set of regulations for comments, targeting food and food products containing or consisting of genetically ...
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