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Ten things the food industry should know about New GMOs: Number 10

The food/retail sector is in favour of maintaining the current risk assessment and transparency standards for New GMOs.

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Ten things the food sector needs to know about New GMOs: Number 9

The EU cannot meet its Green Deal goals by relying on unproven technologies like New GMOs.

 

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60+ Organisations Join Forces to call on UK and EU Supermarkets to take action against deregulation of New GMOs

This month ENGA joined more than 60 organisations, based in the UK and the EU, calling on retailers to exercise their influence to support civil…

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ENGA to co-host International Non-GMO Summit 2023

Save the date: 09-10 May 2023, Frankfurt, Germany

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European Commission publishes summary report on public consultation on New Genomic Techniques

Following its public consultation on New Genomic Techniques, which was launched in April this year and ran for 12 weeks, the European Commission has…

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The advantages of current EU GMO legislation

In the EU, genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are strictly regulated in order to protect human and animal health and the environment. We examine…

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Joint letter urges retailers to take action against the weakening of regulation of new GMOs

A joint letter signed by over 60 organisations, including ENGA, asks EU and UK retailers to exercise their influence to support civil society and…

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Open letter: European Commission's biased road to deregulation of New GMOs

ENGA has, along with 40 organisations, signed a joint open letter to Commissioner Kyriakides raising our serious concerns about the European…

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New GMO law in Moldova means GMOs will be strictly regulated and may be banned

New GMO laws just passed by the Moldovan Parliament puts the country's legislation level with the EU's.

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Brazil forecasts record soy harvest

It has been a good year for soy in Brazil and forecasts for this year’s harvest are positive.

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European soy harvest remains stable, despite challenges

Despite the huge challenges facing the European soy market, mostly triggered by the war in Ukraine with its significant soy cultivation areas, the…

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10 Things the Food Sector Needs to Know About New GMOs: Number 8

In the case of deregulation of New GMOs the Non-GMO food sector will be at enormous risk.

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Letter to EU Commission: ENGA’s non-participation in targeted survey on NGT’s

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10 Things The Food Sector Needs to Know About New GMOs: Number 7

If there are challenges to the detectability and traceability of New GMOs they can be overcome.

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Why New GMOs are GMOs according to EU law – the European Court of Justice ruling

We take a look at the ECJ's ruling on New GMOs and why it means that, according to EU law, old GMOs and New GMOs are GMOs.

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What terms are used for New GMOs and why?

Consumers are generally not well informed about New GMOs and one of the reasons for that is the language used to name them. The terms for New GMOs are…

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10 Things The Food Sector Needs to Know About New GMOs: Number 6

The majority of Europeans want GM food to be labelled as GMOs, including also food produced with new GM techniques

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Record levels of soy planting across Europe

The latest figures, recently published in Donau Soja's June Market Report, reveal that, despite the war in Ukraine, soy areas across Europe are likely…

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Continued growth in German Non-GMO market shows continued strong demand for Non-GMO products and labelling

Recently published data from ENGA member and German Non-GMO labelling platform, VLOG, shows continued growth in sales in "Ohne Gentechnik" (Non-GMO)…

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Final call to participate in the European Commission’s consultation on New Genomic Techniques

On 22 July the European Commission's consultation on New Genomic Techniques will close. This is the last chance the for sector to ENGA-ge and have…

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10 things the food sector needs to know about New GMOs: Number 5

If New GMOs are de-regulated, labelling and traceability requirements will not apply.

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New GMOs: only 3 products on the market and very little detail on success

Until now, New GMOs are promises, not a market reality. Only three crops in three countries have made it to the market.

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10 things the food sector needs to know about New GMOs: Number 4

New GMOs have no safety record, their safety is only a claim.

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New GMOs - what is the consumer response?

When it comes to consumers – those, in the end, who are supposed to actually be buying and consuming New GMOs – they are generally not very aware of…

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10 things the food sector needs to know about New GMOs: number 3

New GMOs are not a “magic pill” help society in tackling issues such as climate change, drought, pressure on natural resources etc…

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10 things the food sector needs to know about New GMOs: number 2

Targeted mutagenesis is the term for new GMOs that are produced with new genetic engineering methods, such as CRISPR/Cas, TALENs and others. In this…

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10 things the food sector needs to know about New GMOs

New GMOs are promises, not reality. Their benefits are unproven and their risks are still unknown…

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Biased framing of European Commission questionnaire shows that it is on a path towards de-regulation of New GMOs

ENGA is calling upon the Non-GMO business sector to stand up for its business interests and participate in the consultation

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European Commission Launches Consultation on Regulation of New Genomic Techniques

Non-GMO Association Calls on Food Sector to Stand Up for GMO Labelling by Participating

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Will Your Eggs be GMO-Free this Easter?

As consumers around Europe stock up on eggs ahead of Easter celebrations, ENGA takes a glimpse at the state of the Non-GMO egg market in two European…

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Europe's Food Retail Sector Calls for Clear Regulation of New GMOs

The "Retailers' Resolution against Deregulating New GMOs" demands that all GMOs on plates and fields should remain strictly regulated in the EU, the…

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ENGA's Response to Commissioner Kyriakides

Large-scale deregulation of new GMOs is key target of the Commission: ENGA expressed its concerns in a letter (9 September 2021) to Commissioner…

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Response of Commissioner Kyriakides to "Retailers' Resolution"

No commitment to risk assessment and transparency for new GMOs: Commissioner Kyriakides responded in a letter (29 of June 2021) on behalf of the…

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