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Waitrose switch to non-GM soya is good news, but…

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A UK supermarket switching to non-GM feed is a small victory for campaigners, but before you get your flags out, consider the all important context.

The GMO labeling movement: Vermont and beyond

From Guest Posts

Teen campaigner Brigid Armbrust looks back on the Vermont GMO labeling initiative – and her role in encouraging kids to get involved in their food futures.

European Commission approves 11 more GMOs for food/feed

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Coming to a supermarket near you? The EU has today made several new approvals for GMO maize that can be used in human food and animal feed.

The Bayer-Monsanto merger – corporate madness or a moment of possibility?

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For anyone interested in the future of food – and civilisation – the proposed mega-mergers of several Big Ag companies are pointing us in a new and better direction – if only we’d take the first steps.

Post Brexit government must make sustainable food policy a priority

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Over 80 organisations, including Beyond GM, have signed a letter to David Davies and Theresa May outlining the implications of Brexit on food and farming.

European officials delay decision on glyphosate – again

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Time is running out on the decision to relicense the toxic herbicide glyphosate in Europe. Will EU authorities follow the science – or follow the money?

God’s red pencil? CRISPR and the three myths of precise genome editing

From Guest Posts

New “gene editing” techniques are the subject of a massive PR blitz intended to fool u into thinking that they are more precise – and therefore safer- than old genetic engineering techniques. Don’t believe the hype

Beyond GM joins Neil Young’s Global Village in the UK/EU

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We’re privileged to be organising the GMO and Future of Farming tents in Neil Young’s Global Villages throughout the UK and the rest of the EU. Here’s the story…

Flawed US GMO labelling will damage the anti-GM movement on both sides of the Atlantic

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What does victory look like in the GMO labelling battle? We review the good, the bad and the potentially ugly, as well as the repercussions of US action – and inaction – for the EU.

A new kids revolution

From Guest Posts

It’s easy to think that kids don’t have any power; but that’s simply not true, says teen activist Rachel Parent, founder of Kids Right to Know and supporter of Beyond GM’s Our Food Our Future project.