The following articles were developed by the authors for use
in various printed formats.
- Labeling genetically
This article from the Autumn issue of "From the Ground
Up," a newsletter published by the Cooperative Extension
Office at Colorado State University, provides information
on the current status of labeling in the United States and
arguments for and against labeling.
The following PowerPoint presentations were developed by
the authors for showing to various audiences in workshops
and classes. You may view a presentation on the web.
- How Safe Are Transgenic Crops? Regulatory Systems
This presentation, developed by Pat Byrne, covers the U.S.
regulatory agencies and the aspects of transgenic crops
that they regulate, insect resistance management and the
refuge strategy, and food labelling.
- Labeling of Genetically Engineered Foods view
This presentation, developed by Pat Byrne, covers the controversy
over whether or not to label foods that contain transgenic
ingredients. Arguments for and against labeling are detailed.
Links to Other Web Resources
- Dietetics@Work http://www.dieteticsatwork.com/biotech_order.asp
This web site, sponsored by Dietitians of Canada, has a
downloadable informational booklet, Modern Food Biotechnology:
Principles and Perspectives, written by dieticians. Registration
(at no cost) is required if you are not a member of Dietetics@Work.
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