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57 VII. ”58 Restrictions on Genetically Modified Organisms 27 VIII. Judicial Decisions / Prominent Cases One of the most well-known recent cases involving GMOs is Monsanto Canada Inc. v. Schmeiser,59 which largely involved property or patent rights in respect to GMOs. ”60 PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA Laney Zhang Foreign Law Specialist* Summary In China, restrictions on genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are primarily provided by the agricultural GMO regulations enacted by the State Council in 2001 and relevant administrative rules.
42 During any investigation into the safety of GM foods, the EFSA may consult the relevant body in each Member State. 44 B. 45 This requirement includes foods derived from GM crops, even if they do not have a detectable GM content. 46 This brings such products as flour and oils under the labeling requirements, as any product from a GM source must be labeled as GM. 9% for the accidental presence of GM foods. This threshold only applies to GM food that has been approved for sale by the EU. 48 C.
11,105, which became Brazil’s new Biosafety Law. This Law in conjunction with Decree No. 5,591 of November 22, 2005, which regulated Law No. 11,105, created a new legal framework for biosafety in the country. ” The focus is on the traits expressed in the products and not on the method used to introduce those traits. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is responsible for regulating genetically modified (GM) plants and approving GM feed for animals. Health Canada is mandated to assess the safety of foods for human consumption, including genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in foodstuff, and for authorizing them to be sold in Canada.