Tag Archives: Regulation of GMOs

Monsanto, Henry Miller, and the FDA

I have been reading with interest various articles reporting on the trove of internal documents obtained from Monsanto during the discovery phase of a federal multidistrict litigation against that company that is currently pending in the United States. (The documents, … Continue reading

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The Good News About the Bad Effort in Congress to Thwart GMO Labeling by States

The Editorial Board of The New York Times declared a few days ago that it “is a bad idea” for the United States Senate to join the United States House of Representatives in trying “to make it harder for consumers to … Continue reading

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GMOs: All Facts, No Fiction

I participated in two panel discussions on genetic engineering called “GMOs: All Facts, No Fiction” that were sponsored by the University of California’s Global Food Initiative in 2015. One was held at UC Davis on November 3rd and the other … Continue reading

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Is FDA “Regulation” of GE Foods Legal?

Today marks twenty years–to the day–since the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) first pronounced a “whole food produced by biotechnology,” Calgene’s Flavr Savr™ tomato, “as safe as tomatoes bred by conventional means.” FDA’s announcement “was accompanied by a new … Continue reading

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