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Scientists react to republished Séralini GMO maize rat study

By Genetic Literacy Project (Third Party Organization) on Thursday, June 26, 2014 - 11:46

Experts react to the republished study, “Long term toxicity of a Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize” by a group of French scientists led by Gilles-Eric Séralini, in this post from Genetic Literacy Project.
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Jane Andrews, MS, RD

Nutrition & Product Labeling Manager, Wegmans Food Markets

Jane Andrews, MS, RD is Nutrition & Product Labeling Manager for Wegmans Food Markets. From the corporate office in Rochester, NY, she leads both the nutrition team as well as product labeling staff. She regularly speaks to national groups on nutrition issues from the retailer's perspective.

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Posted On: Saturday, 5/17/2014 1:23 pm
A: Thanks to GMO Answers for allowing us to respond. I assume the question is regarding the sales and labeling of GMO food products at Wegmans Food Markets. We are a family-owned chain of 84 stores based in Rochester, New York. Like supermarkets across the nation, we sell a wide variety of foods, including GMO products, non-GMO products and certified organic products. Recently, customers have asked for our point of view regarding GMOs. Our Emerging Issues Team studied the topic for over a year... Continue Reading
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CropLife International

CropLife International is a global federation representing the plant science industry. On the industry’s behalf, we address international developments in crop protection and agricultural

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Posted On: Friday, 8/09/2013 2:55 am
A: Plant biotechnology research can be found in more than just the private sector. Universities, government institutions and non-profits in the public sector around the world are also working hard to develop new biotech innovations for farmers and consumers. Many farmers grow biotech crops which were developed through public sector research. Nearly all papaya farmers in Hawaii grow a biotech variety developed by the University of Hawaii and many Brazilian growers are planting biotech soybean... Continue Reading
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