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transgenic

(of an animal or plant) containing genetic material artificially transferred from another species
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which also manufactures Pepperidge Farm cookies and the pasta sauce Prego, announced Thursday it would begin to disclose the use of genetically modified organisms in all of its products in the U.
2) US FDA - Labeling requirements for food additives containing ingredients of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) (http://www.
Two major types of genetically modified organisms have been identified in the market, namely Herbicide tolerance which constitutes 59% of the market composition and Stacked varieties with 26%.
The ministry recalled that a regulation on import, processing, export, control and supervision of genetically modified organisms was put into effect on October 26, 2009.
The Philippines bishops' conference initially resisted acceptance of genetically modified organisms when the technology was "not yet so well defined," Legaspi said.
Monsanto is the world leader in genetically modified organisms and one of industrial history's most controversial corporations.
Increased knowledge and public research into genetically modified organisms and biotechnology in a field extended to include subjects such as ecotoxicology, microbial ecology, and agricultural economics;
Under these amendments products containing genetically modified organisms (GMO) should be labelled.
Biosafety first; holistic approaches to risk and uncertainty in genetic engineering and genetically modified organisms.
The gluten-free meal which contains no trans fats, genetically modified organisms or other bio-engineered ingredients, also features carrots, onions and cumin.
The deliberate use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in 'organic' foods will remain prohibited, but a limit of 0.
With all the angst over peanut dust and pollen, the potential allergy-causing properties of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) has been quietly overlooked.

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