UK seeks to lift restrictions on genetically altered foods

UK seeks to lift restrictions on genetically altered foods

A bill advancing through Parliament could pave the way for a boom in gene-edited crops and livestock British lawmakers could soon relax restrictions on genetically altered foods, with new legislation proposing more gene editing be allowed on certain crops, while insisting they will not constitute “genetically modified organisms” (GMOs), which are subject to heavy regulation.

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