Update on Genetically Modified (GM) Foods in Canada from CBAN

You’ve heard about the new genetically modified (GM) apple, potato, and salmon – but where are they? CBAN’s latest research shows the status of new GM foods in Canada.
Here is an update from the Canadian Biotechnology Action Network.
At the Canadian Biotechnology Action Network (CBAN), we monitor GM crops and foods so you know what GM foods are in our fields and on our grocery stores shelves. Thanks to this research we know that newly approved GM foods are not yet being sold in your grocery stores. Click here for the full list of GM foods on the market in Canada – www.cban.ca/gmfoods 

 

You can take action to stop new GM foods. Email your grocery store head office today! Click here for contacts.

 

 GMO Inquiry 2015 – GMO foods have been in Canada for 20 years.

The Canadian Biotechnology Action Network (CBAN) brings together 16 organizations to research, monitor and raise awareness about issues relating to genetic engineering in food and farming. CBAN members include farmer associations, environmental and social justice organizations, and regional coalitions of grassroots groups. CBAN is a project on Tides Canada’s shared platform.

Lucy Sharratt, Coordinator
Canadian Biotechnology Action Network (CBAN)
Collaborative Campaigning for Food Sovereignty and Environmental Justice
Suite 206, 180 Metcalfe Street
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K2P 1P5
Phone: 613 241 2267 ext. 25
coordinator@cban.ca
www.cban.ca
https://www.facebook.com/cban.canadian.biotechnology.action.network
@biotechaction

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