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Argentina has approved a further three unnamed genetically modified crops as safe for use in food and feed.
The US FDA will convene two meetings next month to take advice from the public about how to spend $3 million to educate people about the benefits of genetically modified crops and the potential impacts of further applications of biotechnology to food and agricultural production.
Turkey has approved three genetically modified soybean lines and one maize line for use in feed.
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