QIf their was no GMOS or chemicals in our foods would our food prices be lower or higher ???
Question submitted By: iflower2020If their was no GMOS or chemicals in our foods would our food prices be lower or higher ???
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Posted on February 28, 2018
Response from: Community Manager, Moderator for GMOAnswers.com • on April 3, 2018
On average, GMOs take 13 years and $130 million of research and development before coming to market. We’ve created the below infographic that outlines this process in more detail: The following infographic includes excerpts from more than 600+ safety assessment studies which assess the health and safety of GMOs. You can also read more about the regulatory review and approval process in Wendelyn Jones, Global Regulatory Affairs, DowDuPont Crop Protection’s response to a... Read More
Posted on February 12, 2018
Response from: Community Manager, Moderator for GMOAnswers.com • on February 20, 2018
GMOs are safe. In fact, according to this response, “the overwhelming consensus of scientific experts and major scientific authorities around the world, including the World Health Organization, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, and the American Medical Association have ruled that GMOs are safe.” “In the spring of 2016, The National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine (NAS) issued a comprehensive report where a panel of more... Read More
Are there countries which require animal feed to be labeled GMO if the feed contains GMO ingredients e.g. corn or soybean?
Posted on June 19, 2017
Response from: Beat Späth, Director Green Biotechnology, EuropaBio • on October 2, 2017
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. Read More