Redefining food produced using gene technology: in the context of new breeding techniques

In 2000, FSANZ introduced requirements to deal with the use of genetic technology in food. However, as technology has now expanded and new breeding techniques have emerged, there is an emerging consensus that the GM definitions in the Food Standards Code are no longer fit for use. This article considers the FSANZ ‘Review of food derived using new breeding techniques’ and its potential implications for how GM foods might be regulated in Australia going forward.

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