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  1. - The (GMO) mushroom is one of about 30 genetically modified organisms (GMOs) to sidestep the USDA regulatory system in the past five years. In each case, the agency's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has said that the organisms — mostly plants — do not qualify as something the agency must regulate.

  2. GMO labeling | Science Policy For All

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    The weeks following the Brexit yielded an atmosphere of chaos for British politicians, citizens and scientists as the world came to grips with what an EU exit would do for the economy and everyday lives of those in the UK. Scientists in the UK are especially anxious following the Brexit, as researchers have much at stake with a split from the EU.

  3. The troubled institution of science | Climate Etc.

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    Jul 15, 2016 · ‘nothing but’ may be a bit strong, but the admission of the political influence is an area of agreement. Wonder how this fits in with ‘the troubled institution of science’ when the ‘greatest minds’ are admittedly said to be ‘influence-able’ when reporting on the greatest issue facing mankind.

  4. GM food and human health - ScienceDirect

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    The American Association for the Advancement of Science stated that: “it is the long-standing policy of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that special labeling of a food is required if the absence of the information provided poses a special health or environmental risk. The FDA does not require labeling of a food based on the specific ...

  5. (PDF) Genetically modified crops and their biosafety concerns

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  6. Jan 27, 2020 · The list includes nuts, berries, fish, and eggs, all of which a person can easily add to their diet. This article identifies the 15 most healthful foods based on recent research.

  7. Why we need to label GMOs – Mark Lynas

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    Oct 15, 2013 · I like Clyde Davies’s suggestion of a QR code. The corresponding webpage would list GMO information, but also geographic origin, along with information about animal rights, employee rights, food miles, CO2 emmissions, religious rituals (kosher & halal), and other factors associated with all aspects of the food’s production.

  8. All Organic Recipes and Notes Compilation | Grasscity Forums ...

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    Howdy blades! As we all are aware there is a mountain of quality information on GCO like soil recipes, teas, IPM's and watering schedules, but a lot of it requires digging and searching across multiple threads for the most relevant and up to date information.

  9. GM crops and foods in Britain and Europe

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    GM crops and food can enter Europe as food, animal feed, or biofuels. GM food and feed must be approved by EU regulators and must be labelled, but meat and dairy products produced from animals fed on GM feed are not required to be labelled. In 2011, the EU decided to allow low levels of unapproved GM crops in animal feed.

  10. Food, Inc.: Mendel to Monsanto--The Promises and Perils of ...

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    Jun 10, 2003 · The Book that I read for this assignment is called Food Inc. The author of this book is Peter Pringle.The book is about the food industry in the united states of america. Food inc is 243 pages. A Common name in my book is monsanto. They are a corporation who specializes in GMO's ( Genetically Modified Organisms.

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