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GMO-free requires dialogue and cooperation along the entire value chain
Consumers want food that is produced without genetic engineering and deforestation. There is sufficient Non-GMO, deforestation-free feed (made from Non-GM soy) available for the European market, but equitable supply relationships and long-term contracts are necessary to ensure the supply security. These were the key conclusions from the International Non-GMO Summit, which took place in Frankfurt on 10 May 2023.
The approximately 200 industry representatives from 19 countries and four continents - from soy cultivation to processing to food retailing - jointly declared their support for Non-GMO and deforestation-free food.
HR-Info: Contribution to the Non-GMO Summit (in German)
The Summit in Pictures
Author and Moderator
Dr. Tanja Busse studied journalism and philosophy in Dortmund, Bochum and Pisa, moderates conferences and writes books on agriculture, nutrition and biodiversity. She is a fellow at the DFG Research School "Futures of Sustainability" at the University of Hamburg.
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