Northwestern's Zoloth adds that she sees no contradiction between genetically modified food and Judaism.
What does GMF stand for?
GMF stands for Genetically Modified Food
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- Greater Manchester Ecology Unit (UK)
- Garantie Mutuelle des Fonctionnaires (French)
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- General Medical Floor
- General Message File
- Generalized Mainline Framework
- Generalized Matched Filter
- Generalized Monitoring Facility
- Geomagnetic Field
- Geometric Mean Frequency (audiology)
- George MacDonald Fraser (British writer)
- German Marshall Fund
- Gesamtverband Moderne Fremdsprachen (German: General Association of Modern Languages)
- Give Me Football (website)
- Global Missions Fellowship
- Gorilla Mask Forums (online forum)
- Government Master File (database)
- Government Materials Furnished
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California Secretary of State Debra Bowen has certified that the more than half a million signatures on a petition qualify a measure that would require special labeling for genetically modified foods to appear on the ballot in November.
Bulgaria's parliament on Thursday tightened restrictions on genetically modified food crops in the face of pressure from environmentalists seeking a total ban.
By law, caterers are obliged to tell customers if they use GM products under the Genetically Modified Food Regulations Act, 2004.
The GM food controversy is a dispute over the advantage and disadvantages of genetically modified food crops.
ae Our supermarkets are full of genetically modified food without a label mentioning this "negative nutritive specificity" as per international norms.
Genetically modified food has genes from other plants or animals inserted into its genetic structure.
But if the omega-3-rich pigs eventually make it to market, perhaps even people who are reluctant to consume genetically modified foods could be convinced to eat the other white meat, notes neuroscientist Greg M.