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USDA Approves the Next Generation Potato for Commercial Planting

A potato genetically engineered to reduce the amounts of a potentially harmful ingredient in French …

Labeling Initiatives Fall in 2014 Elections; Maui Farmers Brace for Legal Fight

The ag, biotech and food communities watched closely as the results of ballot initiatives in …

The Term GMO Has Multiple Facets

PRI (Public Radio International)‘s Innovation Hub published a recent blog discussing why the term GMO has become ‘scientifically meaningless’. …

GMO Answers Concludes Get to Know GMOs Month with People

October is Get to Know GMOs Month, and GMO Answers is bringing you information about biotechnology in …

5 Arguments from the GMO Debate That Have Lost Their Gusto

The Washington Post recently published a piece titled The GMO Debate: 5 Things to Stop Arguing, which looks …

WSJ Reports on the “Organic Food Labeling Ballot Initiatives”

On November 4th, citizens in Colorado and Oregon will have to decide on whether or …

GMOs and Infant Formula: What Parents Need to Know

As part of the debate around the Oregon ballot initiative to require the labeling of …

Enjoy Your Halloween Candy Without the Guilt

More than 90 percent of the sugarbeets grown in this country are GMO. And genetically …

GMO Policy in La La Land

Urban Dictionary says the term “La La Land” often refers to Los Angeles or a …

Wheat Scientists at Borlaug Dialogues Call for More Research on the Crop

Dr. Norman Borlaug was an American biologist, humanitarian and Nobel laureate who has been called “the …