GMO


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GMO

Abbreviation for General Medical Officer.

GMO

abbr.
genetically modified organism

GMO

abbrev. genetically-manipulated ORGANISM.
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NSF Non-GMO True North is part of the NSF Consumer Values Verified Program, which can harmonize multiple certifications and inspections, including its GMO transparency services, into one fluid process.
In 2013 this strain of GMO wheat was found growing in a field in Oregon.
The new GMO potato that may actually have health benefits
A recent consumer survey of 1,000 participants conducted between March 28 and April 7, 2014, by the International Food Council found that 63 percent of Americans support the FDA's current voluntary policy for labeling GMO foods, a percentage that is consistent with survey findings in previous years.
Kluger savs this announcement will influence other retailers to adopt a GMO labeling stance of their own and to examine their natural private label offerings.
GMO farming's goals include ease of tending larger mono-crop productions, which attract more diseases, pests and invasive weeds, necessitating more chemical remediation, which, not surprisingly, is produced by the same companies that own the GMO patents.
In fact, there is just one question that we should ask supporters of GMO products: If GMOs pose no health risk, why are you still opposed to regulations that will require that these products be labeled to indicate that they include GMOs?
New arrangements also regulate export and import of GMO products.
In the beginning of February GERB announced they would pass the amendments in the Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) Act, but will request a moratorium for 5 years, meaning the experimental growing of GMO on open land plots would begin in 2015.
People are so glad that someone is doing something to bring awareness to the GMO issue," says Westgate.
GMO seeds, GMO food and GMO feed threatens our biodiversity and our sustainability.