‘A real setback’: Parliament upholds labelling requirement in push to deregulate novel GMOs

Lawmakers have agreed a position on a European Commission proposal to facilitate the uptake of new genomic techniques, albeit with amendments requiring labelling for any produce – an outcome environmentalists blasted as a ‘real setback’ for sustainable agriculture.

by Christian Ernhede

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