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Voluntary and Mandatory Claims About Foods and Genetic Engineering

January/February 2017

Update

C laims regarding the "non-GMO" status of foods have become commonplace in food labeling. New federal legislation does not define the term "non-GMO," but requires disclosures for "bioengineered foods." What do these terms mean and how are they regulated? This article discusses the current and future regulation of claims regarding whether a food contains ingredients derived from genetically engineered (GE) plants—more popularly referred to as genetically modified organisms (GMO).

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