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A survey conducted by agricultural scientists has identified which EU member states are most dependent on glyphosate.
A US government-funded study has shown bisphenol A (BPA) can produce effects even at low doses as the controversial food packaging chemical displays a non-monotonic dose-response curve, challenging standard toxicological practice and raising question marks about the studies used to back regulated product safety.
The European Commission is considering producing an EU plant products law on both botanical food supplements and herbal medicines, covering health and nutrition claims and safety.
The European Commission has rejected calls to temporarily relax a ban on the use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in organic livestock despite warnings that this could lead to a deficit of Vitamin B2 for pig and poultry diets.
The European Commission should withdraw its proposal to approve a genetically modified triple- stack soybean line, says the European Parliament.
The European Patent Office (EPO) concluded yesterday (14 May) that plants and animals exclusively obtained by essentially biological processes are not patentable.
The industry association, CropLife Australia, has welcomed the South Australian state Parliament’s passage of legislation allowing the cultivation of genetically modified crops on the state mainland.
Steps to develop accurate tests for CBD products were announced today. The move by the cannabis industry aims to cut down on fraud and improve standardization in the industry.
MEPs and Agriculture Ministers will take stock of the measures taken so far to offset the negative impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the EU’s farming sector.
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