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Current press release

New documents show Monsanto does not comply with EU regulations

As several documents from Monsanto, the EU Commission and European Food Safety Authority EFSA show, cultivation of genetically engineered maize MON810 does not comply with EU regulations. The main problem is the legally required monitoring of potentially adverse environmental effects. There is also new evidence that the environmental risk assessment for MON810 carried out by EFSA was based on flawed assumptions. Maize MON810 is the only genetically engineered crop authorised for cultivation in the EU.

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Further press releases

27. April 2015

Testbiotech to file a complaint

24. April 2015

Joint appeal against the cultivation of genetically engineered Cibus oilseed rape

21. April 2015

Patent covered usage of human oocyts

10. April 2015

Gene expression and content of insecticidal toxins cannot be reliably predicted

12. March 2015

Ombudsman asked to investigate maladministration at the EU Commission

05. March 2015

Europe urged to stop authorisation of genetically engineered maize for cultivation

02. February 2015

German government accused of failing to take action

09. January 2015

New doubts about the credibility of the EU project GRACE

18. November 2014

In a letter to the new EU-Commissioner Testbiotech demands access to further data

07. November 2014

Evaluation of data from feeding trial with genetically engineered maize MON810 indicates negative health impact in rats