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tackling gmo contamination - making segregation and identity preservation a reality

Friends of the Earth International, June 2005: Tackling contamination: Implementing segregation and identity preservation strategies . The introduction of GMOs and the ongoing contamination cases have generated huge concern among the public worldwide. In this context, the demands to guarantee GMO free production and measures to prevent contamination have continued to grow. In order to keep non-GMO products separated from GMOs it is necessary to implement “segregation”, and “identity preservation” strategies.

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