The GM debate

Could the biotech disclosure law help shift perception of GMOs from good vs evil to simply a choice?

How to shift perception of GMOs from good vs evil to simply a choice

In many ways, the conversation about GMOs has been a debate about good versus evil, but ingredient supplier Cargill wants to shift the discussion to one simply about choice – a goal that one executive says can only be achieved if manufacturers and suppliers start talking to consumers about the benefits GMOs offer. 

The FoodNavigator-USA 2017 reader survey results

The FoodNavigator-USA reader survey results: ‘We’re in the 3G era... where cost cutting is valued over growth’

Plaintiff: “Reasonable consumers believe that if a cow consumes GMO grass, corn, or soy and then produces milk, the milk is not all natural...'

Dannon attacks ‘daisy-chained’ logic in all-natural lawsuit over GM feed and dairy products

Jim Thomas of ECT Group talks with Hank Schultz of NutraIngredients-USA at the Expo West trade show in Anaheim, CA. NIU-USA photo.

Synbio ingredients have vast market penetration, new list shows

Source: iStock

Campbell Soup Co.’s GMO disclosure could serve as model for national label

Will the ConAgra 100% natural case end up in the Supreme Court?

Will the ConAgra 100% natural case end up in the Supreme Court?

FoodNavigator-USA reader survey: Have your say

FoodNavigator-USA reader survey: Have your say on the state of the industry

Source: iStock

Arctic Apple could be Litmus test for future of GM foods, Rabobank analysts suggest

Government updates how genetically modified organisms are regulated

FDA & USDA push forward plan to update how genetically modified organisms are regulated

Photo: iStock/Eline Design Services

From functional foods to CRISPR, IFIC forecasts hot food topics in 2017

More The GM debate