When is a GMO not a GMO?

New genetic engineering techniques carry most of the same risks as current GM methods, plus new ones of their own. They must be properly regulated and their products labelled to protect consumer choice.

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Why a Freeze?
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GM Freeze is calling for a Freeze on: 
  • Growing genetically modified plants and the production (for any purpose) of genetically modified farm animals.
  • Importing genetically modified foods, plants, farm crops and farm animals and foods/feeds from genetically modified plants and animals.
  • Patenting genetic resources for food and farm crops.

The GM Freeze campaign is supported by a wide alliance of organisations sharing the public's deep concern about the speed at which genetic modification is being introduced into food and farming. We are united by a belief that we must stop and think about the huge implications of this new technology and the questions that remain to be answered about its safety and impact.

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