Consumer research on GM and novel foods
Research monitoring consumers views on GM and novel foods.
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GM free labelling: Exploring public responses to the labelling of GM food and the use of GM-free labelling
This research explored UK consumer responses to and views on GM labelling, including ‘GM-free’ labelling. The results from this research will inform UK policy on the use of ‘GM free’ labelling and ensure that the public’s views are reflected in our future discussions, at EU level, on GM labelling issues.
This research assesses consumption patterns of products containing plant sterols and consumer awareness of labelling on consumption guidelines for these products.
The Food Standards Agency has published findings of a qualitative research project commissioned to explore public attitudes to genetic modification (GM).
A literature review to consolidate knowledge, from the UK and beyond, on public opinion about emerging food technologies, such as genetically modified food and crops, cloning, nanotechnologies, irradiation, functional foods, synthetic biology and novel food processes