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Video: CRISPR-edited crops could see mainstream success in 2019

Lempert Report | 
[Food producers have] been lauding the benefits of CRISPR for a couple of years, and how different it is from ...
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Video: USDA GMO labeling rules favor agriculture industry over consumers, activist group says

Lempert Report | 
New GMO food labels....are “provoking the ire of environmental groups who say the rules favor agriculture industry interests over environmental ...
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Video: Led by gene editing, these scientific breakthroughs are the future of agriculture

Lempert Report | 
A new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine identifies the most promising scientific breakthroughs that are ...
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Video: Why CRISPR gene-edited foods aren’t subject to USDA’s GMO regulations

Supermarket Guru | 
In April 2016, the USDA gave the first approval to a CRISPR crop, clearing white-button mushroom that had been edited to ...

How USDA defines GMOs will determine if mandatory labeling is a success

Forbes | 
The problem with the debate is that it is a very scientific and complex issue that most laymen just don’t understand. . ...
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