Position Statement on GMOs in the Food System

GoodFood World Position Statement on Genetically Engineered or Modified Organisms (GMOs) in the Food System

From the beginning of time, food has been the foundation of culture throughout the world and often the seat of wealth and prosperity. However, food system dynamics are characteristically influenced by external conditions such as
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Stumbling Goat Bistro I-522 Fundraiser - No Stumbles Here!

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Make no mistake about it; good food does not require genetic engineering! Stumbling Goat Bistro’s Executive Chef Josh Theilen, Sous Chef Gunnar Erickson, and Pastry Chef Jens Melin proved it Monday night, September 16, at an intimate fund-raiser. All ingredients used were produced and harvested locally or regionally and, while most were organic, all were GMO-free!
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How Technology Will Decentralize the Global Food System

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Peer-to-peer sharing, traceability and enterprise software are just a few of the ways technology is catalyzing a flexible, resilient and sustainable food system. With food tech as a catalyst, the possibility of an interconnected web of localized food systems within a bigger global food system seems possible. Speaking from the Summit, Jeremy Rifkin, President of the Foundation on Economic Trends discusses the shift from point source to distributed thinking and implications for our food systems.
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Avoiding Allergens - There's an App for That!

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It is inevitable! If there is a need, there will be an “App for That!” The latest is ScanAvert for folks – or their children – with food allergies, intolerances, and diabetes and taking certain medications that preclude certain foods.
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Printed Food - The Next Frontier?

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OK, folks, I’ll make a confession. I am partial to food that looks like its origin. That is, carrots that look like carrots, potatoes that look like potatoes. So are you ready for a handy-dandy, “food printer” in your kitchen?
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