Study looks at safety of GM omega-3 canola
groundcover.grdc.com.au, Other, 16/01/2022
Scientists from Australia and the US have had a study published on the food and feed safety of genetically modified omega-3 canola, revealing its safety for use in human foods, nutraceuticals and animal feeds. Published in the Frontiers of Nutrition journal, the study shows results that bring the GM canola a step closer to being part of a solution to alleviate the high pressure in marine resources for the production of omega-3 fatty acids. Nuseed’s omega-3 (or DHA) canola is the world’s first plant-based source of long-chain omega-3 fatty acids, developed in collaboration with CSIRO and GRDC.
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