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Are U.S. companies late to the game in international non-GMO markets

As the GMO debate continues to heat up in the United States, this country may finally be catching up with the global consensus. But American companies are finding that dedication and good intentions here mean little in places where the debate is already over.

There are now 26 countries with partial or complete bans on GMOs, while 70 nations require labeling, according to Ken Ross, CEO of international certification firm Global ID. These include key trading partners li

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