GM-free

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GM-free

[ˌdʒiːemˈfriː] ADJ [food] → sin ingredientes transgénicos; [plant, crop] → no transgénico
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The new plastic-free tea bags will also be unbleached and GM-free in line with the brand's natural and organic values.
Plaid Cymru MEP Jill Evans said: "I am against this proposal because I have always worked for a GM-free Wales in a GMfree Europe.
WALES's GM-free status could be under threat, according to Plaid Cymru, with EU countries being given the power to chose whether to introduce GM crops within their borders.
He clarified that keeping Cyprus a GM-free zone "is a long standing position of this government".
Although the LrK based company understands both the long and short-term pros and cons of genetic modification it feels it is vitally important to provide stability and remain committed to delivering GM-free functional flours and starches for the foreseeable future.
The Assembly Government wants GM-free zones in Wales and a ban on GM crops in national parks and SSSIs.
Nor is it goods news for EU livestock farmers because GM-free fodder will become scarcer and cost more, or EU consumers who will have to choose between imported GM food and more expensive GM-free EU food.
The GM-Free Regions' Network believes that its initiative, Non-GM feedstuff, quality productions and European regional agriculture strategy', is a success.
The announcement, made late Tuesday by the two governments, has divided local farmers and is likely to cause concern among some overseas countries, including Japan, which rely on Australia to provide GM-free canola.
The JRC's Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements (IRMM) wants to give industry the ability to quantify GM content, so it can declare and ensure products are GM-free, fulfilling EU labeling rules in some instances.
Farming groups have warned that a failure to keep Ireland's crops GM-free will be "economic suicide" for Irish farmers, with European consumers avoiding their products.