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UK Supermarket Waitrose Moves Towards Non-GMO Animal Feed for Pork Products

Submitted by Food Democracy Now on November 1, 2016 - 10:21am

This is the most significant move in the UK against the use of GM crops since 1999, when British supermarkets took the 70% of processed food that contained GM off their shelves, with it never to return. On that occasion the way was led by one retailer (Iceland), which went non-GM, and the rest followed within a few months.

Clover to be first major dairy to sell non-GMO conventional milk

Submitted by Food Democracy Now on September 22, 2016 - 1:58pm

For grocery shoppers who want to avoid genetically engineered ingredients, the only milk they can buy is organic — usually the most expensive option. A gallon of organic milk from Petaluma’s Clover Stornetta Farms, which comes from cows given non-GMO feed, costs upwards of $8. But with its newest product, Clover is betting that there is also a market for conventional milk produced without GMOs that is cheaper than organic milk.

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