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Thank you for your question. The lack of impact by GMO plants on bees and other pollinators has been previously answered on this web site. See one of the top 10 consumer questions about GMOs, as they relate to bees, as a starting point. The impact of herbicides has not been addressed completely but there are good places to start beginning with the answer to this question here: Do neonicotinoids and Roundup affect the wild bee populations? If so, how are you working to stop this bee killoff?...

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Thank you for your question regarding the health and safety of GMOs. Our experts have answered similar questions in the past – please see below for a comprehensive overview on this topic which should help address your question. ...

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Russia has developed legislation on the regulation of genetically modified products that started with the Federal Law on genetic engineering (#86-FZ) in 1996. A total of 12 legislative documents on GM food and feed safety assessment and control were developed and enacted between 1996 and 2010. These include regulations of registration for food, feed, detection methods and labeling. ...

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Thanks for your question which raises some very significant points for discussion. Before I get into the details of the studies you mentioned, it is important to address the larger question of when and why are studies reviewed, and to clarify the impact of said studies on the ruling of the Council of State dated April 15, 2016. ...

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Glyphosate has over 40 years of research with a very robust data set. A significant amount of that information can be found at the website: http://www.glyphosate.eu/database ...

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Thanks for your question. Other than what was published, I do not have first-hand knowledge of this study, which was not funded by Monsanto or another biotech company. But, having overseen some of the largest dairy studies conducted, I think I can help you understand the challenges of running and interpreting multi-lactation dairy studies. ...

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I do not have exact numbers for my particular retailer, but in our nation, around 20-25 percent of foods found in most retail locations are non-GMO. As a registered dietitian, nutrition expert and retail dietitian, my focus is to provide my clients and customers with sound nutrition advice based on science as well as meeting my clients and customers where they are in their wellness journey. Genetically modified foods are safe for human and animal consumption based on science and research....

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There is very little research into the impacts of the introduction of GMO’s on jobs. For the U.S., I am aware of just two studies that address this question directly. In a study on herbicide tolerant corn, cotton and soybeans for 2001-2003, researchers found a significant reduction in household labor associated with adoption of herbicide tolerant soybeans, but no difference for corn or cotton (Gardner, et al., 2009). Another study, using data from 1996-2001, found that adoption of...

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