USDA works to speed approval of Monsanto’s GE crops

EXCLUSIVE: Under Industry Pressure, USDA Works to Speed Approval of Monsanto’s Genetically Engineered Crops
Monday 12 December 2011
by: Mike Ludwig, Truthout | Report

For years, biotech agriculture opponents have accused regulators of working too closely with big biotech firms when deregulating genetically engineered (GE) crops. Now, their worst fears could be coming true: under a new two-year pilot program at the USDA, regulators are training the world’s biggest biotech firms, including Monsanto, BASF and Syngenta, to conduct environmental reviews of their own transgenic seed products as part of the government’s deregulation process.

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1 reply on “USDA works to speed approval of Monsanto’s GE crops”

they are not speeding the approvals-they take more than 2 years for something that should take about 3 months.

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