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GMO Answers Piece “Random Thoughts etc”

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The Lowdown on GMOs: According to Science, compiled by Fourat Janabi, features contributions by public scientists, authors, farmers, science writers and journalists who answer the hard questions surrounding GMOs. It is “THE book on GMOs” intended to counter fabricated and destructive activism permeating the biotech discussion based on little more than anecdote and ideology. As an independent expert, Janabi does a notable job of collecting reliable content from reputable and credible GMO experts that can Read More >

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Cheerios Labeling “Has Emboldened, Not Appeased, Anti-technology Activists”

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There continues to be buzz in the media over General Mills’s January 2 announcement to source its original Cheerios’ tiny amount of sugar and corn starch from non-GMO crops. The Wall Street Journal published this week an op-ed titled, “General Mills Has a Soggy Idea for Cheerios – by labeling the cereal as non-genetically modified, the company has only emboldened its critics.”Written by Dr. Henry Miller, founding director of the FDA’s Office of Biotechnology, and Read More >

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What do you want to know about biotech food labeling?

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Administered by the Center for Food Integrity (CFI), the BestFoodFacts.org website gives the food-consuming public the opportunity to connect with food system experts to further learn about the many facets of food production, preparation, consumption and everything in-between. Based on input from readers (submit your question here!), as well as national news stories, thought-leading publications and the food-focused topics being discussed on blogs, CFI staff contact University-based experts (majority are PhDs or RDs), conduct an Read More >

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Labeling Foes: Fight if You Want, But We’ve Got to Feed the World

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There were still millions of votes left to be counted in California when advocates for biotech labeling admitted defeat, but vowed to rise from the ashes and take their fight to the national level. Twenty-four hours had barely gone by when the New York Times, LA Times, San Francisco Chronicle and Sacramento Bee – among others – were reporting that biotech opponents still wanted to fight. The Yes on 37 campaign accused our side of using “dirty money Read More >

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