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Research from Iowa State University found that Russia is actively attempting to turn US public opinion against genetically modified organisms. Read more.
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Gates said that not only does he view genetically modified foods as "perfectly healthy," but that he sees them as a promising tool in a wider array of resources in the fight to reduce world hunger. Read more.
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An Italian team of scientists, examining data from multiple studies performed over 20 years, has concluded that genetically engineering has increased yields and reduced toxins in maize, one of the world’s most important crops. Read more.
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Washington State is expected to have more than 1,200 hectares of the non-browning apples planted by 2022. Read more.
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Have you seen Stonyfield Farm's video ad featuring elementary-aged girls, alleging the dangers of GMOs? Find out why within hours hundreds of consumers, farmers and scientists condemned the brand for spreading misinformation and fearmongering and how Stonyfield could have gotten it right. Read more.
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Labeling foods free from traits or ingredients they never had is more about marketing than transparency. Read more.
|Posted on November 10, 2017 at 1:00 PM||comments (0)|
Exciting new developments in the world of growing crops! Read more.
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While some consumers will be suspicious of the genetically-modified fruit, OSF has the compelling argument that its fruit is preservative-free unlike so many sliced apples that are treated with chemical antioxidant calcium ascorbate. Read more.
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CRISPR technology can enable growers to use fewer pesticides and less water, and help improve nutrition and shelf life. Read more.