Genetically Engineered Bt Rice – food safety concerns and environmental dangers
Testing Results for GE rice in China
April 2005: Genetically engineered rice: Illegal and unwanted in China
In a startling development that may have repurcussions on exports of China's biggest crop, Greenpeace has uncovered genetically engineered (GE) rice, unapproved for human consumption, that appears to have been planted and sold illegally in China...
Xudong Grain Market in Wuhan - one of the grain markets in Hubei where Greenpeace found Genetically Engineered (GE) rice being traded.
Survey shows that Consumer rejection of GE foods is gathering pace in China. The survey was commissioned by Greenpeace East Asia in November, 2004 and was conducted by IPSOS Marketing Research & Consulting in December, 2004. The objective of the...
The spectre of genetically engineered (GE) rice is looming on the horizon, especially in China where the government plans to introduce it soon. To see what is at risk from this dangerous gamble we have been visiting heartlands of rice production...
A child wearing traditional ethnic minority costume
The United Nations has declared the year 2004 “The International Year of Rice” in order to promote sustainable production of rice. China is one of the centers of origin and biodiversity of rice. It is also the largest production and consumption...
Shoppers in a Hualian supermarket in Shanghai, the first chain in China to label non-GE foods.
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