Philippines - GMO ban hits hog, poultry sector expansion

The ban on genetically modified products in Negros Occidental has caused prices of feeds to rise and compelled hog and poultry raisers in the province to put their expansion plans on hold.
Friday 10 July 2009 (8 years 10 months 16 days ago)
The ban on genetically modified products in Negros Occidental has caused prices of feeds to rise and compelled hog and poultry raisers in the province to put their expansion plans on hold.

Leaders of hog and poultry associations here said they now pay about P2 more for each kilo of corn they source from Iloilo, after they have stopped buying GMO (genetically modified organism) corn, which has been banned in the province.

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