Van de COGEM: onderzoekvraag


1. Ontwikkelingen rond gg-voedsel in de Nederlandse winkelschappen

Quote: “Vanwege de oorlog in de Oekraïne lopen de voedselprijzen sterk op.

En: “Dit roept de vraag op of er een verschuiving zal optreden in het aantal producten in de winkelschappen dat genetisch gemodificeerde (gg-)bestanddelen bevat. Doel onderzoek: Inzicht te verkrijgen in de ontwikkelingen rond het aanbod van ggo-geëtiketteerde producten in de Nederlandse winkelschappen en de mate waarin prijs en kosten hierbij mede bepalend zijn.” Bron COGEM.

Weer een EU markttoelating: GG katoen

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Cotton GHB614

Assessment of genetically modified cotton GHB614 for renewal authorisation under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA-GMO-RX-018)

EFSA opinion: 07 July 2021 More More 2

Deadline: 9 August 2021

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Stuur je bezwaar! Zet dat in het vakje “Others”. Het kan in het Nederlands. Zij vertalen het in het Engels. Vreemd dat het niet in alle talen vertaald wordt!

“Weer een EU markttoelating: GG katoen” verder lezen

Gentech katoen markttoelating tot de EU markt, voor voeding en veevoer gebruik, je kunt reageren.

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Cotton GHB614 x T304-40 x GHB119 EFSA assessment of genetically modified cotton GHB614 × T304‐40 × GHB119 for food and feed uses, import and processing under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 EFSA opinion: 31 July 2020 Deadline: 6 September 2020 Submit comments
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(a) Name of the recipient or parental plant and the intended function of the genetic modification.

“Gentech katoen markttoelating tot de EU markt, voor voeding en veevoer gebruik, je kunt reageren.” verder lezen

Risk assessment of genetically engineered plants that can persist and propagate in the environment

Paper Bauer-Panskus, A., Miyazaki, J., Kawall, K. et al. Risk assessment of genetically engineered plants that can persist and propagate in the environment. Environ Sci Eur 32, 32 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12302-020-00301-0

Fragment abstract:

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“New challenges arise in risk assessment when genetically engineered (GE) plants can persist and propagate in the environment as well as produce viable offspring. Next generation effects can be influenced by heterogeneous genetic backgrounds and unexpected effects can be triggered in interaction with environmental conditions. Consequently, the biological characteristics of the original events cannot be regarded as sufficient to conclude on hazards that may emerge in following generations. Potential hazards identified by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) include exacerbating weed problems, displacement and even extinction of native plant species.”

4-03-20 See also here (GMWatch) Spreading the risks: When genetically engineered organisms go wild.

Parliament opposes plans to authorise four herbicide-resistant GMOs

14-11-19: “Parliament today opposed the Commission’s plans to authorise the import of products containing four glyphosate and glufosinate ammonium resistant GMOs.Source (Pdf) and here (website) ENVI

Envi committee chair of European Parliament: We’ve just rejected new GMOs by a large majority. The European Commission must include in the #greendeal a change to its practices and stop authorising GMOs despite the lack of a majority in the Council (of Ministers) & the Parliament.” Tweet GmWatch