Canada’s aquaculture industry says its retailers and consumers are not interested in genetically modified salmon despite recent approvals from the federal government.
By: DJ Summers
A bill that would require genetically engineered fish to be labeled in Oregon has died in a Senate committee.
Critics call it “frankenfish,” a genetically engineered salmon the Food and Drug Administration says is safe to eat, but some Hawaii lawmakers don’t want it here in the islands.
By: Chad Blair
By: Willy Blackmore
AquaBounty’s product likely won’t be available to consumers until a federal labeling standard is established.
By: Anna Edney
Genetically engineered salmon, called “Frankenfish” by critics, have been banned from sale in the U.S. just months after being initially approved by regulators as the first such modified animals for human consumption.
By: Lorraine Chow
By: Brady Dennis
An application by two environmental groups to the Federal Court of Canada to stop production of genetically-modified salmon on Prince Edward Island has failed.