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GMO is out, bioengineering is in

- Analysis
Many things are going out with the old year. Here is one: the term “GMO,” for “genetically modified organism.” The new term is “bioengineered.”

Editing the produce gene

- Analysis
I spent part of my workday on Wednesday watching a rerun. It was of a Virtual Town Hall meeting entitled “Gene Editing: The Future of the Produce Industry?”, by the Produce Marketing Association, originally broadcast July 28.

Gene-edited produce makes its case to consumers

- General News
Gene-edited food is different than genetically modified in several ways, and maybe most importantly, how it’s being communicated to consumers.

PMA comments on EPA pesticide and GMO exemptions

- General News
The Produce Marketing Association submitted comments on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Proposed Rule for Pesticides; Exemptions of Certain Plant Incorporated Protectants Derived from Newer Technologies.

Del Monte’s $50 Pinkglow GMO pineapple

- Produce with Pamela
Another Cotton Candy-inspired produce item? Well, it worked for grapes, I guess?