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Matthias Moser says: “At a time when meatless products are steadily gaining importance, we want to use German and European raw materials to bring to market sustainable products that are free of soy and wheat. The collaboration with a company like AOT, with its extensive expertise in the sustainable manufacture of plant-based proteins, is thus a logical step for our future portfolio growth,” External link

foodingredientsfirst Tuesday, May 5, 2020 12:04:00 PM CEST

Matthias Moser concludes: “Whether for ethical or environmental reasons, reduced meat consumption is the future of the food industry. This is even more important in view of the need to supply a growing world population with sustainably sourced, protein-rich meat alternatives,” External link

foodingredientsfirst Tuesday, May 5, 2020 12:04:00 PM CEST

Mark Booth said: “Before any GM food can be sold as a food in Australia and New Zealand, it must undergo a comprehensive pre-market safety assessment. The safety assessment looks at a range of factors, including any allergy risks or other unintended changes as a result of the genetic modification to ensure it is safe. Our safety assessment found there are no public health or safety risks from the GM soybean and that it is as safe as food derived from conventional soybeans. We have determined that these types of products, if approved, must be labelled as ‘genetically modified’ if there is novel DNA or protein present in the final food,” External link

foodprocessing Tuesday, April 21, 2020 1:36:00 AM CEST

Christoph Then comments: “This case leaves us with a very bad feeling, and the EU authorities have done nothing to alleviate our concerns. The EU Commission and EFSA appear to have neither exercised due diligence prior to granting approval, nor subsequently,” External link

testbiotech Monday, April 20, 2020 12:09:00 PM CEST

Mark Booth said: “We have determined that these types of products, if approved, must be labelled as ‘genetically modified’ if there is novel DNA or protein present in the final food,” External link

seedquest Tuesday, April 14, 2020 6:34:00 AM CEST

Nathan Donley said: “Clearly no one from the public health community knew about this because no one commented,” External link

agropages Tuesday, April 7, 2020 9:56:00 AM CEST

Impossible Burger said (about Impossible Burger): “With this latest round of fundraising, Impossible Foods has the resources to accelerate growth – and continue to thrive in a volatile macroeconomic environment, including the current COVID-19 pandemic ,” External link

biofuelsdigest Sunday, March 22, 2020 4:35:00 PM CET

Christoph Then says: “If gene flow to natural populations cannot be prevented, this can put biodiversity and the livelihoods of future generations at risk. These risks concern the cultivation of GE plants such as oilseed rape in the US, Canada and Australia; Camelina in the US; rice in Asian countries and cowpeas in Africa,” External link

testbiotech Wednesday, March 4, 2020 10:14:00 AM CET

Christoph Then says: “This additional step in risk assessment is becoming increasingly important as research is ongoing to develop, e.g. gene drives in GE insects that can persist and propagate in the environment. These projects could pose a major threat to nature conservation in the future,” External link

testbiotech Wednesday, March 4, 2020 10:14:00 AM CET

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