As the effort to save cassava intensifies, Swiss researchers are ready to start field trials in Africa of a new genetically-modified virus-resistant strain of the plant, a crucial source of food and income for 300 million Africans.
It has been nearly three months since an Oregon farmer discovered unapproved transgenic wheat in a commercial wheat field, triggering bans on imports of US wheat into Japan and South Korea. The harvest season has now begun, and with the contamination proving to be an isolated event, imports into South Korea have resumed.
VideoWhile U.S. consumers are becoming increasingly more interested in where their food comes from and what goes into it, Europeans have been keenly interested in such topics for a quarter century to the point where genetically modified foods are...
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