A new study from Brazil has shown that soy milk and glyphoste-based herbicides, when fed to rats together, cause endocrine disruption (hormone hacking) through a decrease in testosterone levels and damage to sperm.
By: Manolo Serapio Jr and Enrico Dela Cruz
The Philippines has approved a new set of rules on genetically modified organisms after a top court demanded an overhaul of previous regulations, providing relief to farmers and importers worried that any delay would spark a food crisis.
Monsanto Co said on Wednesday it received import approval from China for its new genetically modified Roundup Ready 2 Xtend soybeans and that it will begin selling the seeds in the United States and Canada.
By: Enrico Dela Cruz and Monolo Seraprio Jr
The Philippines is set to issue new rules next month on GMO imports, seeking to avert food supply disruptions when a court-ordered stoppage kicks in as import permits for animal feed expire this year, government officials said.
Soybean trading firms in Brazil will have to renegotiate agreements to collect royalties for seed giant Monsanto Co on genetically modified soybeans bought from farmers, the president of industry association Abiove said on Wednesday.
Brazilian research exposes more broken promises of the GMO industry. Claire Robinson reports
By: P.J. Huffstutter and Tomas Sarmiento
Monsanto Co on Friday denied that plantings of its genetically modified soybeans have impacted bees, led to deforestation or caused damage to the honey production industry in two Mexican states.
GMO Soy Accumulates Formaldehyde & Disrupts Plant Metabolism, Suggests Peer-Reviewed Study, Demanding 21st Century Safety Standards
GMO SOY ACCUMULATES FORMALDEHYDE & DISRUPTS PLANT METABOLISM, SUGGESTS PEER-REVIEWED STUDY, DEMANDING 21st CENTURY SAFETY STANDARDS
Study Concludes FDA GMO Approval Process is Flawed, Outdated, and Unscientific
By: Nafeez Ahmed
It is “premature” to declare GM safe due to “incomplete” scientific knowledge, finds report commissioned by Norwegian Environment Agency