El mundo de los calentógolos ecologétas canta victoria y piensan que han ganado la batalla. La convivencia dicen ha probado ser imposible. Tolerancia cero a los GMO en Europa y compensaciones para los apicultores por la perdida del mercado e imposibilidad de venta de la mercancía-miel.
France imposed its safeguard clause against MON810 maize in February 2008, citing a "serious risk to the environment."
Six other EU countries -- Germany, Austria, Bulgaria, Greece, Hungary and Luxembourg -- have similar safeguard clauses in place.
Having tried and failed to force several EU countries to lift their cultivation bans, last year the Commission proposed letting member states decide themselves whether to grow or ban GM crop cultivation.
"It's now up to the French administrative court to decide whether to table a new safeguard clause," the spokesman said.
Estos europeos están cada vez más locos.
Confirman que no tiene nada que ver, pero que “ha sido producido a partir de” y lo prohíben.
¡Paren el mundo que me quiero bajar!
Ya no te puedo ayudar porque ANASAC no tiene multiplicaciones de Monsanto desde la temporada 2009-10.
Tienes que obtener la información en ANPROS o en el SAG, pues entiendo que es pública.
Lo que yo considero información valiosa porque me permite saber que:
1.- En una comunicación remitida a nuestra organización por el SAG, mediante Oficio Nº 8323, de fecha 6 de Agosto del 2010, en cumplimiento de la Decisión de Amparo Rol A59-09, del Consejo para la Transparencia, se nos remitió el archivo donde consta el nombre del propietario y la ubicación exacta de cultivos de transgénicos para la temporada 2008-2009 correspondiente a la empresa Semillas Pioneer Chile Ltda., INIA y la Fundación para el Desarrollo Frutícola.
2.- El 17 de julio de 2010, Monsanto apeló ante la Corte de Apelaciones de Santiago contra el Consejo de Transparencia acusándolo de ilegalidad por la resolución dictada. Por tanto, el SAG quedó inhabilitado para entregarnos información respecto a Monsanto, Syngenta, ANASAC y familia Von Baer, entre otros.
are equally unconcerned about the contamination with starch derived
syrups. The 'noise' is coming from a very small minority of screamers.
However, seeing as it has great potential to dampen the price, the
demand and the general appeal of honey, the media and our managerial
class in general love to capitalise on it for their own gain.
Our hope lies with the small percentage of the population who are part
of the honey revolution. Might it be one percent? Or maybe 5? Will
it grow to ten? There is not enough real honey in the world for it to
go into two digits as I read the reports. The potential may be there in
the plant kingdom, but it will take many years for mankind to develop
the skills and infrastructure to produce that quantity. The masses are
destined to eat glucose and get fatter.
I believe the survivors who make wages during the coming months will be
those who seek out those select persons who are committed to real honey
and market their honey to them. Needless to say, they are out there
and in a variety of positions within the industry as well as with the
consuming public. It remains within the power of the producer himself
to set a value on his own honey and not give in until he finds a market
at his price. I am witness to the fact it may take a little time, but
also that it will be well worth the wait! Honey does not rot! Even
if he only sets aside ten percent of his production, he will not be
That market is out there! That market is looking for him/us. That
market is hungry for real honey. We are the ones who need to STAND UP!
Forget the rest!
There is no question about GMO free!
In nearly all honey is GMO but when the GMO is legalized for foodstuff then it is allowed.
99% of the GMOs which are planted in Argentina, Uruguay and Chile are legalized in Europe! We more have a problem with Brazil, USA and Canada as they have a lot of GMO which is not allowed in Europe!
So I think we have to do more tests in the future and spend money on that but at least we will still pack honey as consumers will forget about it during the next weeks.
We are good covered with honey that is legalized in Europe and has not to be declared. As for legalized GMO the 0,9% border is still valid which means that more than 0,9% of the Pollen in Honey must be of GMO. For example 10.000 Pollen in 10g of honey means more than 90 Pollen must be of GMO. We never identify Soja or Mais Pollen in any Pollenanalysis so it means that it is below 0,5%!