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Seven years after the commercial introduction of genetically modified foods, is there sufficient evidence to support the judgment that mandatory labeling is cost effective or even necessary?
In addition to the farming article about Hall, this month's publication also features a study on consumer attitudes toward genetically modified foods.
The EU imposed the moratorium because of concerns about food safety, which the US contends are not supported by various scientific studies showing that genetically modified food poses no risks to humans.
If the researchers succeed, they might even open a way to circumvent the row over genetically modified foods.
How Treter and tens of millions of other consumers spend their money is akin to casting a vote between competing and ascending forms of agriculture; genetically modified foods versus organics.
The use of genetically modified food in food aid programs is extremely problematic," said Rudolf Buntzel-Cano of the Church Development Service, consortium of German Protestant aid agencies, where the issue first arose.
A third of consumers with a food allergy yesterday said they would still avoid genetically modified food designed to help sufferers.
The jury is still out on whether genetically modified food is harmful and how harmful it might be.
Or: Why we should learn to stop worrying and love genetically modified food
Genetically modified food already is entrenched in the U.
Research conducted for Monsanto by Stan Greenberg, pollster to Bill Clinton and Tony Blair, found that there is substantial opposition to Monsanto by the public, media, and retailers, who object to the company's efforts to introduce genetically modified food into Europe.
Just before Christmas Jeff Rooker MP, Minister for Food Safety, announced that there were to be extensive tests into the safety of genetically modified food crops.
The recent announcement that US authorities had traced amounts of unapproved genetically modified food in samples of rice prompted the EU to clamp down on all imports from the US.
4 million people and is the only one that has refused genetically modified food aid.
Trade, cultural and economic issues regarding genetically modified food to be discussed
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