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Synbio ingredients have vast market penetration, new list shows

Jim Thomas of ECT Group talks with Hank Schultz of NutraIngredients-USA at the Expo West trade show in Anaheim, CA. NIU-USA photo.

Synthetic biology, or GMO 2.0 as some are calling it, has vastly more penetration in the marketplace than was previously believed. That’s the takeaway from the assembly of the first list of such ingredients.

NutraSource Diagnostics partners with Whole Foods Market on non-GMO labeling for supplements

NutraSource Diagnostics partners with Whole Foods Market on non-GMO labeling for supplements

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Campbell Soup Co.’s GMO disclosure could serve as model for national label

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RIBUS gets Non-GMO Project Verified seal for its rice-based ingredients

A vitamin K2 supplement will be among the first to transition to the new delivery mode.  Sports Research photo.

Sports supplement seller bets on non-GMO veggie soft gels

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Transparency is only way for GMO technology to thrive, exec says

Pew Research Center: Politics and demographics aren’t great predictors when it comes to attitudes about food and health

Pew Research Center: The GMO debate is hugely polarizing, but the divide ‘does not fall along familiar political fault lines’

Plant protein startup rides simplification message

Plant protein startup rides simplification message

Milk Specialties Global says its new organic whey protein has a flavor advantage over competing plant-based proteins. MSG photo.

Growth in cheese demand solidifies organic whey protein supply, says Milk Specialties Global

Non-GMO seal for Taiyo’s matcha boosts transparency for multifunctional ingredient

Non-GMO seal for Taiyo’s matcha boosts transparency for multifunctional ingredient

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