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GM Foods Are Truly Safe


Claims by anti-GMO activists in media reports that GM (genetically modified) foods are “toxic, remain a health risk, have not after 20 years of GM crops been able to deliver the promised improvement in food security and the promised reduction in pesticides” are devoid of truth.


Bolstering Food Security


As the world seeks to adopt the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), global food security remains humanity’s most pressing need given a growing population expected to exceed nine billion in 2050.

Another year of consistent and positive GM crop impacts

Crop biotechnology continues to provide substantial economic and environmental benefits, and allow farmers, especially those in developing countries to grow more, using fewer resources.

EuropaBio Position: proposal-for-imports-of-gm-food-and-feed


EuropaBio urgently calls upon the EU institutions to reject the European Commission’s proposal on the use of GMOs.

A Good Story to Tell

Plant biotechnology is playing a significant role in helping small-scale farmers improve their incomes

Keeping pace with food demands

South Africa is a food-secure country, but nearly a quarter of its population (over 50 million) are food-insecure at a household level.

The socio-economic impacts of currently commercialised genetically engineered crops

A substantial and growing body of literature now exists on the socio-economic impacts of genetically engineered (GE) crops.

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