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IEG Policy’s August Top 10: New GMO disclosure symbols, EU funds for drought-hit farmers

Other most read articles on IEG Policy last month include USDA reorganization plans, Europe's reaction to the US glyphosate ruling, a soybean "betrayal", and stakeholder reactions to CAP plans

After courting controversy with its original designs, the USDA has submitted new symbols to certify whether or not a food contains bioengineered produce. Meanwhile, the EU will allow farmers to receive direct payments early to offset the damage caused by drought and high temperatures.

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