QAre there countries which require animal feed to be labeled GMO if the feed contains GMO ingredients e.g. corn or soybean?

Are there countries which require animal feed to be labeled GMO if the feed contains GMO ingredients e.g. corn or soybean?

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Yes, the EU is one of the geographies where GM-derived food and animal feed must be labeled according to conditions outlined by the European Commission on this webpage. GM labels are very common on sacks of animal feed. Depending on the type of animal, GM labeled feed is often the standard – except of course when it comes to GM free or organic supply chains.

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