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Inf’OGM - Citizen information watchdog on GMOs and seeds

└ Inf’OGM - veille citoyenne d'information sur les OGM et les semences

Inf'OGM is an association created in 1999 that publishes independent and critical information on GMOs, biotechnologies and seeds.

Association law of 1901, Inf'OGM is a citizen watch that deciphers world news and offers a unique French-speaking information service on GMOs, biotechnologies and, since 2013, also on seeds. Its mission is to promote and nurture democratic debate through critical, independent information that is accessible to all audiences. Inf'OGM works for real transparency in the GMO debate.

Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) first appeared in the United States in the early 1990s and on the European market in 1996. Since that time, many questions about economic, health, environmental and ethical impacts have arisen. To respond to this, the European Union first decided to put in place a de facto moratorium in 1999 on new authorizations of GMOs. For five years, many scientific and political elements have shed new light on this issue. The debate continues today within French society and at the international level on the merits of the choice to develop and market this technology and on the legislative framework that must prevail.


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