GM Food Labels Could Burden Low-Income Consumers
Undark Magazine / Read Full Article
Bill Gates calls GMOs 'perfectly healthy' — and scientists say he's right
Business Insider / Read Full Article
We're saving fuel, we're saving trips over the field, wear and tear on our machinery, the fatigue of the person doing it. Not to mention the carbon footprint we used to have, is not there anymore.
Marketplace / Read Full Article
The scientific consensus is that that gene editing in a laboratory is not more hazardous than modifications through traditional breeding, and that engineered plants potentially have environmental or health benefits, such as cutting down on the need for pesticides.
Washington Post / Read Full Article
Genetically engineered crops appear to be safe to eat and do not harm the environment, according to a comprehensive new analysis by the advisory group the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine.
New York Times / Read Full Article
Every authority agrees, GMO labeling is not about food safety. It is about food industry market share.
The Hill / Read Full Article
Indeed, the science is quite clear: crop improvement by the modern molecular techniques of biotechnology is safe.
American Association for the Advancement of Science / Read Full Statement
The main conclusion to be drawn from the efforts of more than 130 research projects, covering a period of more than 25 years of research and involving more than 500 independent research groups, is that biotechnology, and in particular GMOs, are not per se more risky than e.g. conventional plant breeding technologies
European Commission Report / Read Full Report