Bulgaria Moves to Protect Children from GMO

By Novinite

A ban of all genetically modified products and ingredients for preparation of children foods in Bulgaria has been proposed Wednesday in an amendment in the Bulgarian Food Act.

The amendment, proposed by Desislava Taneva, chair of the Parliament Committee on Agriculture and Forests, from the ruling party GERB and two other MPs from the right-wing “Blue Coalition”, stipulates a full ban on the distribution and sale of food products containing genetically modified organisms (GMO) in child care centers, kindergartens, schools and the adjacent commercial outlets (100 m in range).

The sale of GMO foods and products will be allowed in separate and clearly marked areas, such as stands, shelves, etc.

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2 responses to “Bulgaria Moves to Protect Children from GMO

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