At Monsanto, we believe that collaboration is key to ensuring a sustainable food supply, and we welcome the opportunity to engage in conversations with stakeholders and potential partners. Here are some links to help you keep in touch with the conversation:
• GMO Answers
This site provides updated information, including answers to questions, research and studies about GMOs from a range of world-class experts from academia, government and the industry.
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BIO is the world’s largest trade association representing biotechnology companies, academic institutions, state biotechnology centers and related organizations across the United States and in more than 30 other nations. This is a great resource about the industry worldwide.
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ChileBIO is a nonprofit association dedicated to informing and educating on Agricultural Biotechnology, with clear and transparent information, supported by scientific studies and/or reliable sources, contributing to their understanding and stimulating their development.
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• Hablemos Claro
In collaboration with the International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation, Hablamos Claro gathers a group of professionals in the food technology and health industry to promote the understanding and communicate in a neutral way the scientific evidence-based information on food, nutrition and food security.
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TOP CONSUMER-BASED INFORMATIONAL WEBSITES
• Grocery Manufacturers Association
Provides facts and the latest news on GMOs including the food industry’s position on mandatory labeling.
• Common Ground
Promotes conversation between women who grow food and women who buy it.
• Food Insight from the International Food Information Council (IFIC)
Provides numerous resources on GM foods.
• Center for Food Integrity
Provides many resources to understand the need to balance Ag, Food Industries, and consumers.
• Best Food Facts
Features information and fosters discussion from university-based experts (PhDs or RDs) on many facets of food production, preparation, consumption.
• U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance
Focuses on created dialogue around current topics related to food production.
THIRD PARTY SCIENTIFIC RESOURCES
• Genetic Literacy Project
Its mission is to detangle science from ideology by exploring the intersection of DNA research, Media and Policy.
• Biology Fortified
Provides information and fosters discussion about issues in biology with emphasis on plant genetics and GMOs.
• CropLife International Database
Includes nearly 500 scientific studies chronicling the safety & benefits of agricultural biotechnology.
• GENERA Database
Also by Biology Fortified. It makes studies on GM food easy to find.
• The International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-Biotech Applications
Provides communication materials and annual updates on the global status of GM crops.
• National Pesticide Information Portal
Provides fact sheets to summarize the current knowledge for each pesticide ingredient, including mode of action, regulation, health effects, and environmental fate.
• Glyphosate Information Portal
Its an initiative of the European Glyphosate Task Force (GTF), a consortium of companies joining resources and efforts to provide data and studies concerning the safety of glyphosate.
• CropLife America
Champions the role of agricultural innovations in crop protection to support and advance sustainable agriculture.
ACADEMIC WEBSITES ON GM CROPS
• University of California-Davis
• Cornell University
• North Carolina State University
• Iowa State University
• University of Georgia
• University of California statewide program:
US GOVERNMENT INDEPENDENT AGENCY WEBSITES
• United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
• Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
OTHER GOVERNMENT WEBSITES
• World Health Organization (WHO)
• Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
• Codex Alimentus (JMPR)
• Discover Monsanto
This site is a great destination for your friends and family when they want to discover more about our company. The site has many stories about our work and our partnerships.
• Discover Monsanto – Argentina
This already great resource is now available in Spanish. We invite you to visit it for more information about our sustainability and collaboration efforts, as well as our commitments to help feed a growing population.
• Conoce Monsanto
Another great resource available in Spanish. The blog highlights Monsanto’s activities in Chile, topics that raise concerns about Monsanto interests, and the company’s contribution to global agricultural business development.
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