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  1. Would You Put the Genetically Modified Arctic Apple in Your ...

    www.wired.com/story/genetically-modified-arctic...

    Nov 22, 2017 · The letters G-M-O don’t appear anywhere on the bag. Instead, in accordance with a 2016 GMO food labeling law, there’s a QR code, which you can scan with a smartphone to get more information ...

  2. Altered Food, GMOs, Genetically Modified Food - National ...

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    Professor Marion Nestle, chair of the Department of Nutrition and Food Studies at New York University, favors labeling because she believes consumers want to know and have the right to choose.

  3. Post-Brexit Farming, Glyphosate and GMOs - CounterPunch.org

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    May 03, 2019 · Mailing Address CounterPunch PO Box 228 Petrolia, CA 95558 Telephone 1(707) 629-3683

  4. Understanding Genetically Modified Foods | Ohioline

    ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/HYG-5058

    Foods that contain GMOs are often called genetically engineered foods or biotech foods. We will refer to these as genetically modified (GM) foods throughout this fact sheet. Launched in 1994, the Flavr Savr Tomato was the first U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved GM food available on the market.

  5. The UK’s Royal Society: a Case Study in How ... - Science News

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    Aug 14, 2017 · Further, scientists know of only two bacterial species that can insert their genes into the DNA of plants, and those genes are hardly ever incorporated into an entire genome (10). There are only three plant species in which such integrations have been observed, and just one is a food crop (sweet potato).

  6. Non-GM successes? Non-GM index

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    Non-browning non-GMO apples available (February 2017) 2016. Vitamin A orange maize improves night vision (October 2016) Cassava disease control underway (July 2016) How the humble orange sweet potato won researchers the World Food Prize Non-GMO sweet potatoes for Africa are rich in beta-carotene, a vitamin A precursor.

  7. Are GMOs safe? - GMO FAQs

    gmo.geneticliteracyproject.org/FAQ/are-gmos-safe

    Scientists say GMO companies did restrict seed availability for studies years ago, but that problem no longer exists—as evidenced in part by the accessibility and use of patented seeds in studies by GMO-critical scientists. Many studies are industry funded by design—companies submit safety data as part of the regulatory process.

  8. Potato scientists unravel genetics of tuber skin and flesh ...

    www.potatonewstoday.com/2019/03/25/potato...

    Mar 25, 2019 · Potato tuber skin and flesh colours are attractive traits for consumers and frequently influence purchase choices. In a new study, scientists of the James Hutton Institute have identified a genetic molecule that regulates the production of anthocyanin, a natural pigment which in turn influences tuber skin and flesh colour.

  9. Nuts and Bolts of GMOs - Harold Trick

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    Mar 03, 2017 · Nuts and Bolts of GMOs - Harold Trick 1. Nuts and Bolts GMOs Harold Trick Department of Plant Pathology Kansas State University Manhattan, KS HNT@ksu.edu Part I: The Science of GMOs Presentation to Women Managing the Farm Conference – Kansas 2/10/2017

  10. British potato growers have entered some uncharted waters this season, as they cope with the first season without desiccant diquat for many years. In addition, spuds are now being loaded into store, with no prospect of treatment using the cheap, but now-banned sprout suppressant CIPC, adding further uncertainty to the production process this year.