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Posted On: Wednesday, 1/08/2014 8:17 pm
A: Both realize the need to produce more food with fewer inputs — to do more with less. We need more food and better-quality food, made with less water, less pesticide, less labor and less fuel, and with sensitivity to the environment. We need to help those in the developing world.  That's the good news. We are all on the same page.  Those against GMOs need to understand the science and how it is being stopped from helping solve the problems we all have identified. Solutions exist, but... Continue Reading
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Posted On: Tuesday, 5/27/2014 10:53 pm
A: That's an easy question to ask and a very difficult one to answer. There are some circles that would lead you to believe that it’s a simple matter of putting the acronym "GMO" on a label. For people who haven't followed a corn or soybean seed from the field to the fork, it would seem to be an easy thing to just "put" on a label. For those of us in farming, we know that it’s not so simple and would have a catastrophic impact on our family farms if it passed. There is nothing simple about the... Continue Reading
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Posted On: Tuesday, 5/27/2014 10:53 pm
A: “The potential economic impact of state and other initiatives that would mandate labeling for the presence of GE ingredients in foods has also been of much interest. Opponents of mandatory GE labeling schemes have argued that they would be paid by all consumers, including those who do not wish to avoid GE. Proponents have argued that the implied costs would be minimal. Indeed, a handful of studies has sketched out the potential costs of the mandatory labeling initiatives in California and... Continue Reading
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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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Posted On: Sunday, 3/30/2014 10:25 pm
A: No, glyphosate does not cause cancer. But don’t just take my word for it. Please also consider statements from multiple authorities who reviewed both robust glyphosate data sets and peer-reviewed literature, quoted below. Over the last 25 years or more, these expert reviewers have not wavered from the science-based conclusion that glyphosate does not cause cancer. What I find quite compelling is that over the years, the volume of toxicology studies on glyphosate has grown considerably and has... Continue Reading

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