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  1. Genetically modified tomato - Wikipedia

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    4 days ago · A genetically modified tomato, or transgenic tomato, is a tomato that has had its genes modified, using genetic engineering.The first trial genetically modified food was a tomato engineered to have a longer shelf life (the Flavr Savr), but never made it to market.

  2. Genetically modified rice - Wikipedia

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    Aug 03, 2020 · Genetically modified rice are rice strains that have been genetically modified (also called genetic engineering).Rice plants have been modified to increase micronutrients such as vitamin A, accelerate photosynthesis, tolerate herbicides, resist pests, increase grain size, generate nutrients, flavours or produce human proteins.

  3. Home | Institute for Responsible Technology

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    4 days ago · Jeffrey Smith’s award winning film explores the potential health hazards of incorporating genetically modified organisms in our food supply. Monsanto’s strong arm tactics, the FDA’s fraudulent policies, and how the USDA ignores a growing health emergency are laid bare.

  4. Genetically modified food controversies - Wikipedia

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    Aug 03, 2020 · With respect to the question of "Whether GMO foods were safe to eat", the gap between the opinion of the public and that of American Association for the Advancement of Science scientists is very wide with 88% of AAAS scientists saying yes in contrast to 37% of the general public.

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  6. Monsanto - Wikipedia

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    5 days ago · In 1995 Monsanto's potato plants producing Bt toxin were approved by the Environmental Protection Agency, following approval by the FDA, making it the first pesticide-producing crop to be approved in the United States. Monsanto subsequently developed Bt maize (MON 802, MON 809, MON 863, MON 810), Bt soybean and Bt cotton.

  7. History of the potato - Wikipedia

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    3 days ago · Sailors returning from the Andes to Spain with silver presumably brought maize and potatoes for their own food on the trip. Historians speculate that leftover tubers (and maize) were carried ashore and planted: "We think that the potato arrived some years before the end of the 16th century, by two different ports of entry: the first, logically, in Spain around 1570, and the second via the ...

  8. RASNA WARAH - Is Poverty a Political Choice? | The Elephant

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    Aug 05, 2020 · As COVID-19 continues to lay bare the deficiencies in the global food system, imagining new food futures is more urgent than ever. Recently, some have suggested that seeds that are genetically modified to include pest, drought, and herbicide resistance (GMOs) provide an avenue for African countries to become more self-sufficient in food production and less reliant on global food chains.

  9. Home — Beyond Pesticides

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    3 days ago · Beyond Pesticides offers the latest information on the hazards of pesticides and least-toxic alternatives, as well as ongoing projects including children's health, pollinators and pesticides, organic food and agriculture, mosquito control and lawn care.

  10. 5 days ago · JBS Food Canada ULC Recalls Raw Boneless Beef Products Distributed without Benefit of Import Re-inspection Aug 05, 2020 FSIS Notice 39-20 - Limited Period for Changes to Existing Elections Under the Federal Flexible Spending Account

  11. DAUTI KAHURA - Food Kiosks Are Revolutionising Kenya's Urban ...

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    Aug 07, 2020 · It is 1 p.m. on a hot, sunny, Friday. Across from the Sigona Golf Club on the Nairobi-Nakuru dual highway that is being reconstructed by the Chinese construction company China Wu Yi, Phyllis Ikoa’s food kiosk is teeming with men in helmets and overalls munching their hot, fresh lunch with their rough seasoned hands.