The Polish agriculture ministry has drafted an amendment to the 2006 Feed Act so that the ban on genetically modified (GM) feed ingredients, chiefly soybean meal, that was set to come into force at the end of this year, would be postponed until 2024.
The EU Commission is appraising the likely impact of last week’s decision by the EU’s General Court that ruled campaigners could challenge the way the EU executive authorized the sale of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in the EU-28.
An increase in regional protein production in Europe is possible, but any further development of regional raw feed protein cultivation is going to need a lot of support, both from feed manufacturers and policy initiatives.
Andy Green, sustainability expert at Cert ID Europe, part of the Group ID group, wants to keep a lid on the costs of non-GM verification. We caught up with him to hear about his role in GM free feed certification for retailers, and got his view also on...
ADM, Cargill, Express Grain Terminal LLC and Rail Transfer Inc have recently called for third-party and counterclaims brought against them by Syngenta in the ongoing biotech corn lawsuit to be dismissed.
Several US feed organizations and producer groups have questioned the lack of federal language on the labeling of products containing biotech ingredients in the recently passed US fiscal 2016 omnibus bill.
Syngenta cannot appeal a ruling allowing Cargill, ADM and others to continue to sue the Swiss company alleging damages from the sale of the Swiss company’s Viptera seed into the US prior to Chinese trait authorization, said a Kansas federal judge.
Wiesenhof, the largest German poultry provider, is once again set to use GM free soy only, and anti-GM advocates say it is just a matter of time before the rest of that country's poultry sector follows suit.