Greenpeace testing found genetically engineered Bt63 rice in 3 samples of dried rice noodles (2 of which were made in Guangdong), purchased in Hong Kong
With milk scares such as melamine poisoning not so long ago, you might be forgiven for thinking that soy- or rice-based baby formulas are a safer alternative. But that may not be the case, according to recent testing by Greenpeace.
Greenpeace testing found genetically engineered Bt63 rice in this baby food product (for infants 6 to 24 months) made by Yili, as well as dried rice noodles
Does your supermarket make an effort to stock healthy, safe foods? Does your supermarket promise to eliminate five of the most hazardous kinds of pesticides? Find out which major supermarket chain in China and Hong Kong does the most for customer...
“We don’t want GE rice!” is the clear message that has rung loud and clear in China. Here at the Greenpeace office in Beijing, we have been getting more and more calls and emails from parents, housewives, college students, seed sellers, and even...
A farmer and her child scatters nitrogen fertilizer in a rice paddy
Farmer applying nitrogen fertilizers
Greenpeace has invited Professor Wen Tiejun and his team from the Renmin University’s School of Agriculture and Rural Area Development to present an analysis of China’s chemical fertilizer industry, nitrogen fertilizer use, its impacts, and...
Illegal GE rice found to contaminate the state grain reserves of Hubei province
We’ve done it. After months and months of lobbying, Greenpeace China has got some big supermarkets in China to make some key promises on food safety. Let’s see what we’ve done.
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