Labeling Genetically Engineered Food: The Consumer’s Right to Know?

Carolyn Raab and Deana Grobe
Oregon State University A statewide survey assessed Oregon voters’ reasons for supporting or opposing a November ...
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Genetically Modified Sugarcane: A Case for Alternate Products

Janet Grice, M.K. Wegener, L.M. Romanach, and S. Paton
The University of Queensland
P. Bonaventura and S. Garrad
BSES Limited Current community attitudes ...
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Cost Implications of Alternative GM Tolerance Levels: Non-Genetically Modified Wheat in Western Canada

Israel Huygen, Michele Veeman, and Mel Lerohl
University of Alberta Modern agricultural biotechnology is leading to the creation of supply chains ...
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Awareness and Acceptance of Biotechnology Issues among Youth, Undergraduates, and Adults

Susan Fritz and Dann Husmann
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Gary Wingenbach and Tracy Rutherford
Texas A&M University
Valerie Egger and Preeti Wadhwa
University of Nebraska-Lincoln To ...
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Expertise, Trust, and Communication about Food Biotechnology

John T. Lang, Karen M. O’Neill, and William K. Hallman
Rutgers University Experts typically presume to speak with authority about complex ...
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Attitudes about Genetically Modified Foods among Korean and American College Students

Michael S. Finke and Heaseon Kim
University of Missouri-Columbia; Sunchon National University, Korea A recent survey of American and Korean undergraduate ...
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Medium Grains, High Stakes: Economics of Genetically Modified Rice in California

Craig A. Bond, Colin A. Carter, and Y. Hossein Farzin
Department of Agricultural Economics, University of California, Davis This paper gives ...
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