Germany: T-TIP Could Force Germany to Abolish Plans for GMO Labeling

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According to the German parliament's scientific service, T-TIP could force Germany to abolish its plans for labeling for food from animals fed with GMO feed. The German government advocates EU mandatory labeling of products derived from animals fed with genetically modified plants (such as U.S. soybeans) in their coalition agreement.

Germany: T-TIP Could Force Germany to Abolish Plans for GMO Labeling

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