USA: NSF International Announces Exploratory Meeting for Labeling and Testing of (Non) GM Foods
NSF International Announces Exploratory Meeting for Labeling and Testing of (Non) Genetically Modified Foods On Aug. 9 in Ann Arbor NSF International ( www.nsf.org ), The Public Health and Safety Company(TM), is hosting an exploratory meeting on August 9, 2001, to discuss the development of a voluntary consensus American National Standard and NSF Certification Program for the labeling and testing of (non) genetically modified foods. NSF is the world leader in food, water and environment-related certification and education services for public health and safety issues. NSF has over 50 years of experience in the development of nationally- and internationally-recognized public health standards. NSF is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) to develop American National Standards and to provide certification services based on those Standards.
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