US biotech firm Monsanto is now trying to connect with consumers of food products with its latest offerings in pipeline. The St Louis-based firm is now looking at introducing soyabeans that are rich in Omega 3 and have lower transfatty acids. We ... Hindu Business Line, 3 weeks ago
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A common fear that lurks in the minds of people around the world is that if a country's food production relies excessively on supply of seeds and other inputs from a handful of multinationals that have virtual monopoly over genetically-modified (GM) ...4 Traders, 3 weeks ago GM crops could put food security goal at stake The Express Tribune, 3 weeks ago
Woolworths has announced that it intends to cut back genetically modified or GMO products by 50%, but food activists are sceptical. The chain store says they will shift from selling food with 5.7% to 2.7% GM content by July 2015. But they have ...SABC, 2 days ago GM - Mixed Messages From Woolworths AllAfrica.com, 2 days ago
griculture for food production essentially has to be free of poison. Feeding people with food contaminated with any poison should not be tolerated. But today's agriculture producing food as well as non-food is done with agricultural inputs that are ...Daily Mirror Sri Lanka, 1 week ago
Global technology-based solutions and agricultural products provider Monsanto today appointed Shilpa Divekar Nirula as the CEO for its business across India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka and Managing Director of Monsanto India (MIL). Nirula ...Business Standard India, 4 weeks ago Monsanto appoints Shilpa Nirula as India region CEO Press Trust of India, 4 weeks ago Developing collective solutions for sustainable agriculture in India World Business Council for Sustainable Development, 2 weeks ago
Agriculture is a high-tech industry that needs smart people, said Harvey Glick, a senior director of Monsanto for the Asian region. Glick visited Seoul last week to grant scholarships to two students studying agriculture at Seoul National ...Joins.com, 2 weeks ago
Summary Global population growth guarantees a constant growth in demand for food. Since there is a finite amount of arable land, where will food growth come from? How do seed and fertilizer provide economic value versus help mitigate risk. The ...Seeking Alpha, 4 weeks ago
Ethiopia , a country still relying on just 20pc of its potential arable lands to grow food, is opting for genetically modified organisms (GMOs), with a legal amendment likely to be approved by the House sometime during this fiscal year. ...4 Traders, 2 weeks ago Biosafety Bill to Open Door to GMOs in Ethiopia Individual.com, 2 weeks ago
Finally, a little-known aspect of the crisis in Ukraine is receiving some international attention. On July 28, the California-based Oakland Institute released a report revealing that the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), under ...Global Research, 3 weeks ago Ukraine opens up for Monsanto, land grabs and GMOs Ecologist, 1 week ago Monsanto and Ukraine Axis of Logic, 2 weeks ago
Like many food producers supplying some of the most popular foods, some baby food companies, such asPurity Brands, are going GMO-free due topublic demand. But other companies stuffed with the hot air of their own inflated CEO's egos refuse Nestlé ...PrisonPlanet, 1 month ago Sustainable Food Examiner.com, 2 weeks ago
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