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Agriculture industry risks PR disaster if it doesn’t educate the public about CRISPR

Manitoba Co-operator | 
Gene-editing experts claim that the technology has the potential to make some foods more nutritious without increasing costs and can ...

Viewpoint: Mandatory gene-edited food labels would ease consumer fear of CRISPR

Ottawa Citizen | 
The food industry’s last venture into genetic engineering, more than 30 years ago, was a commercial success for agriculture ...
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Viewpoint: Crop biotech industry’s ‘poor communication’ fueled explosion of Non-GMO Project labels

Saskatoon StarPhoenix | 
Today in North America, the Non-GMO Project Verified logo is on over 50,000 food products that bring in more than ...
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Could the end of Monsanto signal a new beginning for GMOs and crop science?

Troy Media | 
Putting Monsanto out of its misery could mean future debate about genetically-modified crops will be based on facts rather than ...
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