Norway’s Ban on GMo

In 2012 Norway introduced a safety measure that eliminated GMO’s from the food market. Each product is individually tested and approved or disapproved, without substantial evidence to the safety of the product it will be declined. To date no Genetically modified food or food product has been approved by the government. Mattilsynet

One of the Many reasons for this ban has to do with the lack of testing done by the big companies and independent scientist. Most studies only last three months, the minimum length they need for people to believe them. A few years back Seralini, conducted a two year study on rats testing to see if their liver and kineyś toxicity rose if feed round-up ready corn. He found not only did the toxicity levels rise but the rats started getting massive tumors, and at a much younger age than the control group. Seralini

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