Non-GMO Sugar Cane from Brazil: What You Need to Know

Recently the USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) asked for public comment on its proposal to add sugarcane to its List of Bioengineered (BE) Foods. What does the presence of commercially available GMO sugarcane mean for the US food industry? The Background of the National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard (NBFDS) In December 2018, the NBFDS specified means by which food manufacturers and importers are to disclose to consumers foods they use that are or MAY be bioengineered. The regulations included a list of bioengineered foods for which entities must maintain records. These regulations became effective in February 2019 with mandatory compliance by 2022. What Changed and Why is

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