GMO Testing/Non-GMO Certification/Traceability

U.S. Identity Preserved program aims to help ag exporters better compete in international markets

Quality assurance plan benefits U.S. soybean and specialty grain markets, provides assurance to global food manufacturers The Specialty Soya and Grains Alliance (SSGA) recently introduced U.S. Identity Preserved, a quality assurance program that U.S. grain and oilseed exporters can use to help market their products to international buyers and educate them about their value. SSGA calls the program […]

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European Non-GMO Industry Association aims to develop EU non-GMO standard, lobby against new GMOs

A new organization, the European Non-GMO Industry Association (ENGA), was recently launched to support and advocate for the interests of companies producing non-GMO food and feed products in Europe. ENGA’s two primary missions are to develop a uniform EU-wide standard for non-GMO food production and advocate against deregulation of new GMO technologies such as gene […]

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Stop duplicating your non-GMO & organic certification efforts

Leveraging Technology for Operational Efficiency

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First open source detection test developed for a gene-edited GMO crop

New test detects canola variety engineered by the U.S. gene-editing company Cibus

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Tests to detect gene-edited GMO traits could be available within a year

Efforts are underway to develop PCR methods to detect GMO traits developed using gene editing techniques

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