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Can the Food Industry Learn from the GMO Story? Five Ways to Earn Trust in Gene Editing

By Charlie Arnot, CEO, The Center for Food Integrity, 12-Jul-2017

If you care about GMO labeling, you only have a few more days to respond to USDA’s 30 questions* about how to implement the new law. The looming deadline is both a stark reminder of the controversy around GMOs that brought the food industry to this point and a cue to learn valuable lessons that can be applied to the tremendous opportunity of gene editing.

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