Genome editing and the food industry

Navigate this diverse regulatory landscape with technical and market knowledge.

The scientific community has made great strides in the use of genome editing to optimise the physical properties of crops. These developments hold much potential for global food production, but legislation surrounding the trade of genome-edited products and ingredients is fraught with complexity. This white paper examines the current regulatory landscape for some key markets and considers what the future might hold.

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