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OTC Product News: May 2022

This month’s product news features beet gummies, nerve relief and acne blemish patches. Beet Gummies Manufactured by Garden of Life Garden of Life has launched raspberry flavored Beets Gummies, which aim to promote energy and heart health. The gummies contain organic beetroot concentrate, apple juice and puree, raspberry puree, lemon …

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137 species of native plants for the recovery program

Sabah Unduk Ngadau, Maya Hejnowska hands over the seeds to Jeffrey at the launch of the SSR program. PENAMPANG (May 22): A total of 137 native plant species have been collected from 25 districts in Sabah under the Seed’s Spiritual Revival (SSR) programme. The program aims to collect seeds or …

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Scientific reports have confirmed the safety of GMO foods – Prof. Eric Danquah

The founding director of the West Africa Crop Improvement Center (WACCI) at the University of Ghana, Professor Eric Danquah, says that scientific reports have confirmed that foods produced through organism technology genetically modified (GMO) are safe. “It’s been 27 years since the first commercial GMOs were released, and I don’t …

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African farmers need GMOs more than other farmers in the world, says Ghanaian scientist

Ghanaian Plant Breeder and Founding Director of the West Africa Center for Crop Improvement (WACCI) at the University of Ghana, Professor Eric Yirenkyi Danquah, says smallholder farmers in Africa need more access to biotech crops than farmers around the world. For him, the time has come for African governments to …

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Scientists simulate the shape of an eggshell to unravel embryo growth patterns

Imagine sitting in a meeting where the shape of the table and your place at it could impact how well you get along with other members. Cells also communicate with their closest neighbors, and in embryos, nothing is left to chance in the “plan of placement” of the first cells. …

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THE YUMY CANDY COMPANY SECURES WORLD’S LARGEST CONVENIENCE RETAILER ENGAGEMENT

VANCOUVER, BC, May 10, 2022 /CNW/ – The Yumy Candy Company Inc., (CSE: TYUM) (“Yumy Candy” or the “Company”) has received a pilot placement and execution commitment for its lower sugar, better for you Yumy Bear products from one of the world’s largest convenience retailers (the “Retailer”). The retailer has …

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Cosmetics Market Size, Development, Trends, Demand and Forecast to 2022-27-IMARC Group

According to the latest report of the IMARC group, entitled “Cosmetics Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2022-2027. ‘ the global cosmetics market reached a value of US$357.5 billion in 2021. Cosmetics refers to a mixture consisting of various chemical compounds extracted from multiple natural and …

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Computer Animation and Modeling Software Market Size by Region 2022-2030 | Autodesk, Apple Inc, Google-Queen Anne and Mangolia News

Understanding the influence of COVID-19 on Computer Animation and Modeling Software Market with our analysts monitoring the situation around the world. Description of the report: Market Strides released a report titled Computer Animation and Modeling Software Market by Type, by Application, Regional Analysis, Growth Opportunity, and Industry Forecast 2022-2030. The …

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Industry Trends, Demand, Key Players and Forecast – Queen Anne and Mangolia News

The latest report from the IMARC group entitled “Indian Feed Market Research Report: Industry Trends, Share, Opportunity and Forecast 2022-2027” finds that the size of the Indian animal feed market has reached a value of INR 873.7 billion in 2021. Looking ahead, IMARC Group expects the market to reach INR …

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Jordanian scientist confirms ability of bacteria to survive and thrive in space

Last April, Yarmouk University in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan successfully launched a space balloon carrying microbial specimens 32.5 km above sea level. Gravity, in collaboration with KSF Space British Foundation. Space capsule plane Al Jazeera Net has been continuing this research work since its inception in a report published …

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Indonesia’s palm oil export ban warms already hot vegetable oil market

By Thomas Urbain / AFP, NEW-YORK Indonesia’s decision to suspend palm oil exports in the face of domestic shortages has pushed vegetable oil prices to new highs, further tightening a market already on edge due to war in Ukraine and the global warming. Prices for palm oil, soybeans, European rapeseed …

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The Food Safety Testing Services Market Is Booming Around the World – Ripon College Days

New research on the Food Safety Testing Services Market was conducted across a variety of industries across various regions to yield reports of over 250 pages. This study is a perfect blend of qualitative and quantifiable information highlighting key market developments, industry and competitor challenges in gap analysis and new …

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Biochemistry and genetic engineering

Altering the genetic structure of organisms is central to modern biotechnology. This article will discuss biotechnology and genetic engineering, offering an overview of the subject. The Field of Modern Biotechnology: An Overview Biotechnology is a field that concerns the application of scientific knowledge and engineering to living organisms. The organisms, …

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Women’s group fights food insecurity in South Phoenix

PHOENIX – Maria Parra Cano vividly remembers the moment she decided to help shape the Phoenix 2025 Food Action Plan, whose five goals include healthy diets for all and strengthening the local economy. In the fall of 2018, Cano was at Maryvale Community Center in West Phoenix talking about amaranth, …

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CSOs Praise Senate for Considering Bill to Regulate GMOs in Nigeria

SOME Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) have commended the Nigerian Senate for considering a bill to revise the National Biosafety Management Agency (NBMA) Act to ensure food safety in the country. CSOs include GMO-Free Nigeria, Health of Mother Earth Foundation (HOMEF), Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa (CAPPA) and Environmental Rights …

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Global Genetically Modified Corn Market 2022 Industry Demand, Key Players – Corteva (Dowdupont), Monsanto, Syngenta, KWS

Detailed analysis on Global Genetically Modified Organism Corn Market 2021 which provides current market growth, limitations, impacting factors, current market trends, and future market prospects. This research highlights major market programs including major market players, current and latest trends, technical development, opportunities in the global Genetically Modified Corn market which …

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Challenges and opportunities in the commercialization of foods of microbial origin in Europe

The precision fermentation landscape is somewhat lopsided. While the US and Europe both have a growing number of start-ups working to replace conventional animal products with microbial-based alternatives, the former is “ahead” of Europe in terms of implementation. in the market for these products. To date, the U.S. Food and …

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Measuring endocrine disruptors in wastewater

Dealing with pollutants, such as endocrine disruptors, is an effective way to protect the environment. Endocrine disruptors are chemicals that alter the hormonal systems and development of organisms exposed to them, even in small amounts. Doctoral student Julie Robitaille and Professor Valérie Langlois from the National Institute for Scientific Research …

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Biotechnology and biodiversity in Africa

Although biotechnology is most often seen as a tool to meet Africa’s food needs, it could also play a role in protecting the continent’s unique biodiversity. Ugandan environmental activist, geneticist and conservation biologist Clet Wandui says biotechnology has actually helped preserve and protect Africa’s biodiversity, a term that refers to …

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Natural and organic cosmetic certifications and standards for the EU beauty industry

There has been an increased interest in natural and organic cosmetics in recent years. Consumers are increasingly aware of the cosmetics they use every day and want to ensure that they are using the best products for their skin and the environment. For some, this means avoiding certain ingredients or …

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THE YUMY CANDY COMPANY INNOVATES THE CONFECTIONERY MARKET BY DOUBLING ITS RANGE OF PRODUCTS WITH “YUMY GUMMY SODA”. “BEST FOR YOU” YUMY COLA, ORANGE SODA AND CREAM SODA GUMMIES

VANCOUVER, BC, April 7, 2022 /CNW/ – Yumy Candy Company Inc., (CSE: TYUM) (“Yumy” or the “Company”) The Yumy Candy Company Inc. is pleased to announce the launch of its Yumy Gummy Soda line. The line will initially launch as a trio of Cola, Orange Soda and Cream Soda flavors. …

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NEW AD AT CO-OP IMMEDIATELY SELL TWICE AND DOUBLE THEIR ORDER

VANCOUVER, BC, April 2, 2022 /CNW/ – Yumy Candy Company Inc., (CSE: TYUM) (“Yumy” or the “Company”) is pleased to report that due to back-to-back sales of their delicious, low-sugar Better-For-You confections at Co-Op, the company has doubled future orders. Federated Co-operatives Limited has an extensive supply and distribution network …

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Is “organic” less than the sum of its parts? Survey shows single value complaints have more influence on purchases

A survey of 7,500 adults in six markets conducted by Edelman Data and Intelligence commissioned by the Organic Trade Association found that while consumers’ top food and drink concerns align closely with core values ​​addressed by the National Organic Program and held by many “strong positive impressions both around organic …

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8 of the Best Vitamin B Complex Supplements of 2022

We include products that we believe will be useful for our readers. If you buy through links on this page, we may earn a small commission. Here is our process. Vitamin B complex supplements typically contain all eight B vitamins. A person may consider taking these supplements to prevent vitamin …

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Aspen Green CBD Review 2022: Products, Company and More

Cannabidiol (CBD) is one of the natural compounds found in the Cannabis kind of plants. CBD does not produce a “high” like tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) does. CBD can be extracted from hemp or cannabis and is federally legal. Aspen Green is an award-winning, American-made CBD and hemp producer based in Colorado …

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Public sector research spearheading LATAM’s foray into plant biotech

Embrapa, a Brazilian government-funded company, is challenging the private sector to bring biotech innovations to Latin America. It is significant that a public research institution is leading Brazil’s foray into genetically modified crops. It ensures that the research carried out by Embrapa resonates with the needs of Brazilian consumers and …

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Industry Analysis of Food and Beverage Safety Market 2022, by Top Key Companies, Types, Applications and Forecast to 2030 – Instant Interview

Food and Beverage Safety Market Size 2022 Industry Share, Strategies, Growth Analysis, Regional Demand, Revenue, Key Players and Forecast Research Report 2030 A recent market research report added to the repository of Credible markets is an in-depth analysis of Global food and beverage safety market. Based on the historical growth …

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China to tighten regulations on seed production: Ministry of Agriculture – Food, Medicines, Health Care, Life Sciences

China: China to tighten regulations on seed production: Ministry of Agriculture To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. China will strengthen regulations on the production and exploitation of seeds to create a healthy and orderly environment for …

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Ben & Jerry’s elevates the Dearly De-pinted from the Flavor Graveyard

“Dublin Mudslide” is back with a new spirit BURLINGTON, Vermont., March 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Ben & Jerry’s receives several thousand requests each year to re-cone-eat a beloved flavor from the Graveyard of Flavors. Now, one of Ben & Jerry’s most beloved old flavors is back with a new spirit! …

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New genome editing tools can be modified within microbial communities

Science In nature, microbial communities contain several species of bacteria. It is therefore difficult to isolate individual species of bacteria and cultivate them in the laboratory. Researchers have now developed new tools to help. These tools allow researchers to genetically manipulate distinct bacterial species within their communities. One of the …

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Genetically Modified Organism Corn Market 2022-2030

Global Genetically Modified Organism Corn Market is growing at a high CAGR during the forecast period 2022-2030. The growing interest of individuals in this industry is the main reason for the expansion of this market. Global Genetically Modified Organism Corn Market research is in-depth analysis with meticulous efforts undertaken to …

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Corteva (Dowdupont), Monsanto, Syngenta, KWS, Limagrain, Bayer, Denghai, China National Seed Group, Advanta, Sakata Seed – The Bollywood Ticket

Latest report from Courant Market Research: The Global Genetically Modified Organism Corn Market 2022 represents an in-depth study of the Genetically Modified Organism Corn industry including current trends and status. At first, the Genetically Modified Organism Corn market report offers basic information including definitions, classifications, a wide range of applications …

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BlackRock to switch two €1.4 billion corporate bond ETFs to ESG indices

Increase in demand for ESG characteristics, according to BlackRock BlackRock is proposing to replace the index of two corporate bond ETFs with indices that track ESG metrics as demand for sustainable investing continues to rise. In a recent notice to shareholders, BlackRock announced that it was proposing to change the …

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Student researchers discover genes unique to humans in search of the source of our evolutionary specificity

A team of student researchers from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice have discovered human microRNA genes not shared with any other primate species that may have played an important role in the unique evolution of the human species. The students, under the direction of Professors John Jay, Dr. …

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Genetic sequence allows photosynthetic organisms to stably produce ethylene

Cyanobacteria liquid culture is grown in Jianping Yu’s lab at NREL to advance sustainable ethylene production. Credit: Dennis Schroeder, NREL For decades, engineers have dreamed of programming organisms to sustainably produce ethylene, a chemical dubbed “the king of petrochemicals” for its importance in plastics. Now, a hopeful path to this …

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Vertical Farming Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report By Structure, By Supply, By Growth Mechanism, By Fruits, Vegetables & Herbs, By Region & Segment Forecast, 2022

ReportLinker Vertical Farming Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report by Structure (Shipping Container, Building Based), By Supply, By Growth Mechanism, By Fruits, Vegetables & Herbs, by region and segment forecast, 2022-2030 New York, March 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Vertical Farming Market …

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Victoria’s Cockatoo Grove Launches Olive Oil Via Woolworths

Australian family business Cockatoo Grove is launching its organic extra virgin olive oil in Woolworths stores nationwide. The range includes three variants – Mellow, Classic and Robust. The Classic variety was judged best out of 25 Australian and international oils sampled at the Choice Awards last year. According to the …

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Understanding Food Technology Standards at Expo West

Innovation is evolution and managing a food system while coping with a myriad of changes requires ongoing attention and dialogue. Indeed, innovation is alive and well in the sustainable food industry and, in its many forms, will be on display at Natural Products Expo West. Here, New Hope Network’s Director …

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China Opens Up To Genetically Modified Foods – Here’s How It Will Affect Norway

Chinese authorities are following in the footsteps of countries like Japan, Brazil and Argentina and easing regulations on genetically modified food plants. According to Håvard Øritsland Eggestøl of the Norwegian Biotechnology Council, this development means that in future it may be more difficult to import foods that have not been …

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Global ESG bonds set to triple by 2025

EEnvironmental, social and governance (ESG) investing has been a force to be reckoned with in capital markets in recent years, and it will continue to be, especially with its growing presence in bond markets. Numerically, this could translate into record bond issuance by 2025. According to a study by Pictet …

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Non-Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) Testing Market Overview Report For Years A Preliminary Analysis Market research, rapid growth and current trends are all priorities.

The Non-Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO) Testing Market is expected to grow at a growth rate of 9.00% during the forecast period 2020 to 2027. The increase in investments in expanding production facilities by numerous such vendors are boosting Non-Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO Testing Market) during the forecast period from 2020 …

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How to accelerate the supply of vaccines to all the populations of the world? Part I: Early industry lessons learned and practical global proposals leveraging the COVID-19 situation

This article was originally published here Vaccine. 2022 Feb 23;40(9):1215-1222. doi: 10.1016/j.vaccine.2021.11.098. ABSTRACT The COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be an unprecedented challenge for vaccines which are widely recognized as the most important tool to emerge from this pandemic. We’ve seen vaccine scientists, developers, manufacturers, and stakeholders deliver multiple vaccines …

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Isothermal Nucleic Acid Amplification Technology (INAAT) Industry Report 2022-2027: A $4 Billion+ Opportunity – IMARCGroup.com

The Global Isothermal Nucleic Acid Amplification Technology Market Size reached US$2.4 billion in 2021. Looking ahead, IMARC Group expects the market to reach US$4.9 billion by 2027, with a CAGR of 12.7% over the period 2022-2027, according to a new report from the IMARC group. In molecular biology, the isothermal …

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MEPs call for EU funding for gene editing surveillance research – EURACTIV.com

A cross-party coalition of MEPs has co-signed a letter to the European Commission demanding EU-funded research into the potential risks and analytical detection of genetically modified organisms, stressing that this is necessary to create informed policies on the matter. The letter sent on February 8 stresses that the EU executive …

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Biodynamic and organic farming, more equivalence

Bedroom stopped one bill that would have equaled organic to biodynamic farminga practice that includes activities without scientific value and indicated as esoteric discipline by the Institute of Biosciences and Bioresources of the National Research Council (Cnr). The text of the organic agriculture bill was approved in the Senate last …

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CBD Gummies Quit Smoking Review – Shocking Shark Tank Challenge? Must read! | Paid content | Cincinnati

Click to enlarge You must have browsed many products in the market claiming the best CBD gummies. Here we present a review of a new and powerful competitor in the market which also claims “CBD Gummies Quit Smoking”. Click here and get your CBD Gummies Quit Smoking today CBD Gummies …

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Agency provides guidelines for GMO biosafety system – DG

The National Biosafety Management Agency (NBMA) says it was providing effective guidelines to improve Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) for a strong biosafety system in the country. This was in addition to program policies and processes, according to Dr. Rufus Ebegba, the agency’s chief executive. He was speaking at a review …

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They assure that organ transplants from pigs to humans will be a daily thing

Very soon, sooner than we could imagine, the more than 7,000 people waiting for a transplant in Argentina (mainly kidneys, with more than 5,000 cases) will be able to receive an organ to treat themselves. But this organ is not going to come from another human, but from pigs. This …

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Food Safety Testing Market Size, Scope (2022-2030)

New Jersey, United States,- This Food Safety Testing Market report conducts industry-based research to inform the latest market developments. Important factors, customer expectations, customer behavior and business tactics are some of the vital factors covered in this market report. It also discusses some key strategies used by economic players such …

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Growing use of passenger cars, light-duty vehicles and heavy-duty vehicles is driving industry growth across the globe – Cleveland Sports Zone

[112 Pages Report] Automotive Clutch Systems Market Overview 2022 This report contains market size and forecast of Automotive Clutch Systems in China, including the following market information: China Automotive Clutch Systems Market Revenue, 2016-2021, 2022-2027, (USD Million) China Automotive Clutch System Market Sales, 2016-2021, 2022-2027, (K Units) Top Five Chinese …

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New GMO labeling rules spark debate

The food industry is grappling with questions about how to comply with new labeling rules for genetically modified foods, experts have said. The new rules are Congress’ response to the confusion created by varying state legislation on genetically modified organisms. The new mandatory standard supersedes state laws and creates a …

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What we need to do to protect emerging technologies from the mess GMOs are stuck in

A woman works in a field of mustard plants. Photo: Reuters Should India remove GM plants from regulatory oversight – or chain them with the same regulations applied to GM organisms? The decision will determine the fate of the country’s gene editing industry and affect nutritional security. So how do …

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Farmers’ Corps Opposes FSSAI’s Proposed Genetically Modified Food Regulations

The farmers’ organization Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) has raised objections to the FSSAI’s draft regulations on genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and modified foods and demanded their withdrawal, arguing that they were a new attempt by the body to introduce ‘unsafe and undesirable’ GM foods into India. “Weak regulations allow GMOs …

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World Tour: ACSH Advocates for GMOs in the UK

As a member of the European Union, the UK was a bastion of anti-GMO opposition. After Brexit, however, Britain is changing its outlook for the better. After more than a year of intense public debate, the country’s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) recently announced less restrictive rules …

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Syngenta Crop Protection acquires two bioinsecticides from UK-based biocontrol technology developer Bionema

Get instant alerts when news breaks on your stocks. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. Syngenta Crop Protection AG has acquired two next-generation bioinsecticides, NemaTrident® and UniSpore®, from leading biocontrol technology developer, Bionema Limited. NemaTrident® and UniSpore® will provide customers with additional and complementary technologies to …

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A clearer distinction is needed between GMOs and organisms whose genome has been modified

Graphic abstract. Credit: DOI: 10.1016/j.tibtech.2021.11.001 Researchers from Hokkaido University have proposed a framework to aid in the demarcation between genetically modified organisms and genome-modified organisms, taking into account both scientific and socio-ethical considerations. Producers have been breeding plants and animals for desired traits, including higher yields, better taste and flavor, …

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Foodborne illnesses and food imports among top concerns for Australians

According to a survey conducted in Australia, imported foods and foodborne illnesses are among the top concerns of consumers. Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) has commissioned the University of Adelaide to gain insight into consumer responses to food safety incidents and outbreaks. Food Insights Questionnaire (FoodIQ) data from September …

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Food and Beverage Safety Market Overview, Environmental Analysis and Forecast to 2026

The Food and Beverage Safety Market research report offers an exhaustive analysis of this business space. The key trends that define the Food and Beverage Safety market over the analysis period are mentioned in the report, along with other factors such as regional scope and regulatory outlook. Additionally, the document …

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Nutrition, benefits, types and more

There are many types of peas, each with their own nutritional value, but generally speaking, peas are an excellent source of plant-based protein. Peas have been a key ingredient in cooking and food preparation for thousands of years. They are nutritious, versatile and healthy. Common types include green peas, snow …

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Film that relates an eco-responsible trip along the Mississippi River to be screened at the New Orleans Jazz Museum

Artists Maxime Berthou and Mark Požlep traveled the Mississippi River in a hand-built steamboat to film The south wind, A new film that chronicles the journey of two men along the Mississippi River will have its US premiere at the New Orleans Jazz Museum on Tuesday, January 18 at 6 …

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Explained: Why the government’s decision to allow GM foods is under criticism – Gaonconnection

With four days left for public comment on draft regulations issued by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) for genetically modified (GM) foods on January 11, social media was flooded with calls for protest against the Union government. alleged movement to allow the introduction of these edibles …

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The ESG bond market looking forward to another strong year

DDespite regulatory hurdles in 2021, environmental, social and governance (ESG) investments have proliferated with more ESG bond issuance, and this strength is expected to continue into 2022. Refinitiv data shows global green bond sales are expected to reach $ 1 trillion this year. “A few years ago, the trillion mark …

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Organic or GMO? Experts explain food jargon | Local news

As Oklahoma residents begin a new year with new nutritional goals and eating habits, they are faced with an overwhelming amount of diet terms and food jargon. Experts from the Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center at Oklahoma State University have clarified some of the more common references. …

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USRTK and other anti-biotech groups use COVID lab leak theory to spark opposition to life-saving innovations

HOperating to keep their cause alive in the wake of the pandemic, the anti-GMO movement has turned to an origin story of a lab leak for SARS-CoV-2. Their rhetoric seems quite reasonable, at least at first glance, and focuses on important issues that we should all be concerned about. The …

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Should we re-establish the royal commission for monitoring pollution? | Pollution

MSetting legal limits for air pollution can seem incredibly difficult, but understanding the connections between our environmental problems and tackling them together can simplify attempts to find solutions. For example, our polluted roads and rivers are connected by runoff from street drains, and road traffic that pollutes our air also …

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War on meat in Germany

Cattle wait to be guided from their summer pasture during the annual Almabtrieb Late Summer Cattle Drive near Bad Hindelang, Germany, September 26, 2020. (Kai Pfaffenbach / Reuters) The war on meat has become, so to speak, a staple food for climate warriors, and one way to fight it will …

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Swiss scientist Astrid Stuckelberger, former WHO employee and whistleblower: “A pandemic of lies”

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Astrid Stuckelberger, Swiss-Norwegian expert in public health and science, has over 30 years of experience as a researcher. From 2009 to 2013, she worked at the WHO, where she specialized in pandemics. She has published 180 scientific papers and 12 books. In an interview with …

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Genomics market analysis 2021-2026, industry size, share, trends and forecast – mainlander.nz

According to the latest IMARC Group report, entitled “Genomics Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity, and Forecast 2021-2026‘, The global genomics market achieved strong growth in 2020. Going forward, the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 16% during 2021-2026. We regularly monitor the direct effect …

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Government must put agriculture first – Dorodola – Blueprint Newspapers Limited

The Nigerian agricultural sector needs to be reviewed. In this interview with SALIHU OYIBO, the founder of Optimal Akeshinjo Farms, an indigenous farming business, Azeez Oluwanifemi Durodola, speaks at length about the need for federal and state governments to prioritize agriculture as a sustainable way to rejuvenate the country. national …

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Comprehensive Analysis and Forecast of Powder Feed Material Machinery Market by Major Industry Players: Muyang Group, Andritz, Buhler

Pune, Maharashtra, Dec 20, 2021 (Wiredrelease) Market.Biz -: Feed Powder Material Machines Market will work out all the details to define the product, product type (small size, medium size, large size) and application (poultry, pork, Ruminant, Aqua). This provides a simplified overview of the Powder Feed Material Machinery industry, and …

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Growing interest in new breeding techniques in agriculture |

Consider this: It took thousands of years for the world’s population to reach 1 billion. Yet in just around 200 years it has suddenly increased sevenfold. The United Nations estimated that the world’s population reached 7.9 billion in December, exceeding agricultural capacity and posing more challenges, including hunger, malnutrition, climate …

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5 reasons why the debate on GMOs is closed

TAlthough we still hear moans and moans about GMOs – genetically modified organisms – this is mostly coming from a small, very vocal group. Most people are just not concerned about GMOs as they focus on real and pressing issues, like the climate crisis and the global COVID-19 pandemic. Even …

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PharmaCyte Biotech Reports Second Quarter 2021 Financial Results and Operational Highlights

LAS VEGAS, December 15, 2021– (BUSINESS WIRE) – PharmaCyte Biotech, Inc. (NASDAQ: PMCB), a biotechnology company focused on developing cell therapies for cancer and diabetes using its live cell encapsulation technology, Cell -in-a-Box®, today announced financial results for its second quarter ended October 31, 2021 and provided an overview of …

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Dip King Tom Sarafian becomes Toum Sarafian with his latest release

When the Middle Eastern restaurant Bar Saracen closed, it left a hole in the hearts of Melburnians that could only be filled with hummus. And it was finally when ex-chef Tom Sarafian started selling his missing hummus in jar form, along with his new namesake brand. (Lee Ho Fook’s Victor …

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YUMY BEAR GOODS ANNOUNCES SALE OF POPULAR LOW-SUGAR GUMMIES

VANCOUVER, BC, December 10, 2021 / CNW / – Yumy Bear Goods Inc., (CSE: YUMY) (“Yumy Bear” or the “Company”) announces that it has temporarily sold out its popular strawberry peach and kiwi flavors. The company recently received a surge of orders from big chains across the country, prompting a …

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Fooditive develops cow-free genetically modified casein in Europe

Fooditive’s mission is to change the opinion of consumers towards genetically modified organisms (GMOs), while encouraging the abandonment of animal agriculture. One of the biggest hurdles for consumers wanting to adopt a vegan diet, suggested Moayad Abushokhedim, founder of the food scientist Fooditive, is in taste and texture. “The reason …

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Dismissing anti-GMO groups as COVID conspirators is a dangerous mistake

Hoping to keep their cause alive in the wake of the pandemic, the anti-GMO movement turned to an origin story of a lab leak for SARS-CoV-2. Their rhetoric seems quite reasonable, at least at first glance, and focuses on important issues that we should all be concerned about. The US …

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Water Soluble Packaging Market Size Expected To Exceed $ 4,295.57 Million By 2027

The water soluble packaging market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.1% by 2027. North America has dominated the global market and holds the largest share of the market. NEW YORK, USA, December 7, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – According to our latest market research on ‘Global Water Soluble Packaging …

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JICA-JAAN trains farmers in postharvest management and processing – Blueprint Newspapers Limited

The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), in collaboration with the Japan Alumni Association of Nigeria (JAAN), organized a one-day workshop on fruit and vegetable production, handling and post-harvest processing , organized for farmers. JAAN President Ahmed Agbaranke said the workshop is aimed at helping farmers and traders maximize profits and …

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The future of fish consumption?

A group of researchers have proposed to relax the consumption of wild fish and promote laboratory-grown seafood. They believe this approach could successfully ease the pressure on global fisheries.. Image Credit: srimapan/Shutterstock.com The continued increase in the world’s population has dramatically increased the demand for food. Over the past two …

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The Minister of the Environment instructs the Biosafety Authority to make scientific decisions on GMOs

The Minister of Environment, Science and Technology, Dr Kwaku Afriyie, has tasked the National Biosafety Authority (NBA) with making scientific decisions on GMOs for the country. Speaking at the inauguration of the NBA board of directors, the minister said that while the issue of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) is controversial, …

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Emergence of Zoonotic Infections Boost Precision Medicine

LONDON, Nov. 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – According to The Business Research Company’s research report on the precision medicine market, the precision medicine market is expected to be supported by the emergence of new pathogenic infestations, thus stimulating the demand for genomic products. sequencing. The incidence of emerging / re-emerging …

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Expert dispels fears over GMO safety

A research director from the National Horticultural Research Institute (NHRI) in Ibadan, Oyo State, Dr Rebecca Bolatito Ibe, said controversies surrounding the safety of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) as whether consumables that are healthy for humans or not, are unnecessary, noting that a GMO is only a job of selection …

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Yumy Bear Goes National Pharmacy Distribution With Over 800 Branches Nationwide

VANCOUVER, BC, November 26, 2021 / CNW / – Yumy Bear Goods Inc., (CSE: YUMY) (“Yumy Bear” or the “Company”) received their first order form for their “Better For You” low-sugar confectionery in one of the from Canada larger drugstore chains. With more than 800 stores across the country, this …

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How to read the mind of a jellyfish

The human brain has 100 billion neurons, creating 100,000 billion connections. Understanding the precise circuits of brain cells that orchestrate all of our daily behaviors, such as moving our limbs, reacting to fear and other emotions, etc., is an incredibly complex puzzle for neuroscientists. But now fundamental questions in behavioral …

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NBA notes low biosafety standards in government labs – the mast online

The National Biosafety Authority (NBA) destroyed various food products containing genetically modified organisms seized from Shoprite stores worth 16,897K. Meanwhile, the NBA noted that some of the government labs inspected have low biosafety standards. Communications Officer Sandra Lombe said the NBA recently seized products that may contain genetically modified organisms …

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Monterey Rotary clubs, others, to plant seeds for monarchs in Laguna Seca – Monterey Herald

MONTEREY – Some 250 members from 22 Rotary clubs in Monterey County will descend on Laguna Seca on Saturday afternoon to plant 2.5 acres of plants to help migrating monarch butterflies, which despite more positive results this year have seen their numbers decline over the past decade. The work of …

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Grain Analysis Market Size Expected to Reach $ 3,853.8 Million by 2030 | CAGR 6.2%

Grain Analysis Market Globalization of trade, strict safety and quality regulations for food and feed, and labeling mandates on GMOs and allergens in food are factors driving growth. PORTLAND, OR, USA, Nov 18, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – According to a new report released by Allied Market Research, titled “Grain Analysis Market …

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FSSAI publishes draft GM food regulation

In a move that should clarify the regulations on genetically modified foods, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has released a draft regulation stating that no one can make or sell food products or food ingredients derived from genetically modified organisms (GMOs) without prior authorization. The draft …

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What are the most common potato diseases in Rwanda? | New times

Scientists have said there is a need to find effective ways to deal with a deadly disease dubbed “Bacterial Potato Wilt Disease (PBW)” which continues to plague Irish potato growers. According to researcher Florence Uwamahoro, the disease is very widespread. “We conducted a survey in 10 districts and found that …

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Key factor in disinformation hindering adoption of agricultural biotechnology in Nigeria – DG NABDA

The National Biotechnology Development Agency (NABDA) lamented that misinformation is one of the key factors that have hampered the adoption of agricultural biotechnology in Nigeria. He said decades of negative biotech news were responsible for the current skepticism among farmers. NABDA Director General / CEO Professor Abdullahi Mustapha said this …

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Study: Christian nationalists like to be vaccinated against COVID-19 less | News, Sports, Jobs

WVU today MORGANTOWN – Christian nationalists are less likely to receive the COVID-19 vaccine while political conservatives express great skepticism about the coronavirus in general, two new studies published by sociologists at West Virginia University have concluded. In their first report, published in “Vaccine,” researchers have found that Christian nationalism, …

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Breeders Praise Gene Editing Decision

The UK government’s plans to ‘unlock the power’ of gene editing have been described as ‘the most important political breakthrough in plant breeding in the UK in over 20 years’. Samantha Brooke, Executive Director of the British Society of Plant Breeders, said: “We welcome confirmation that Defra will take a …

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FG authorizes TELA maize to boost food security

. By Fortune Eromosele, Abuja Nigeria’s quest to introduce insect-resistant, pest-resistant maize varieties has gained federal government approval, with provisions for a genetically modified “TELA” maize, which will improve food security in the country. The Director General of the National Biosafety Management Agency, NBMA, Dr Rufus Ebegba, the Director General …

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FSANZ calls for comment on changing definitions of genetically modified foods

Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) is seeking public comments on its proposed approach to changing the definitions of “foods produced using genetic technology” and “genetic technology”. These definitions determine which foods are classified as genetically modified (GM) foods under the Australia-New Zealand Code of Food Standards (the Code). Currently, …

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Bookmarks | Health affairs

Reproductive injustice: racism, pregnancy and premature birth Through DavisDana-Ain New York (NY): NYU Press, 2019 272 pages, $ 30.00 Reproductive injustice is an award-winning study using ethnography and historical research to frame the experience of pregnancy, preterm birth, and having a child in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) as …

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