Dear members of the media
Current press release
New doubts about the credibility of the EU project GRACE
The EU Commission has replied to the Testbiotech report on a feeding trial with genetically engineered maize conducted as part of the EU GRACE project. However, the Commission does not discuss in detail the points raised. Instead, it is emphasised that the participation of industry is generally intended within this project. As the report of Testbiotech showed, the publication of the results of the trial with rats fed with genetically engineered maize MON810 makes no mention of indications of health impacts in the rats.
Further press releases
In a letter to the new EU-Commissioner Testbiotech demands access to further data
Evaluation of data from feeding trial with genetically engineered maize MON810 indicates negative health impact in rats
Industry pushes for fast-track authorisation
Report by German authorities on the most commonly used herbicide criticised as inadequate
Unintended effects might be favourable to the spread of pest insects
International Conference in South Korea - a starting point?
Testbiotech demands application for the placing on the market to be refused
Organisations urge German government to set higher ethical standards
German government urged to take action to stop the flow of transgenes into the environment
Testbiotech demands EU authorisation is stopped