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In the European Union nations, and other countries including Japan, Australia and Malaysia, it is a legal requirement that food products containing genetically modified organism (GMO) materials are labelled as such in order that customers may make informed purchasing decisions. For manufacturers and consumers to be confident about these assertions, systems must be in place along the entire food chain which support the co-existence of GM and non GM materials whilst maintaining a strict segregation between the two.

This book is an output of a European Union-funded project entitled "Co-Extra: GM and non-GM food and feed supply chains: their Co-Existence and Traceability". The objective of this four year project is to provide practical tools and methods for implementing co-existence that will:

  • enable the co-existence of genetically modified (GM) and non-GM crops
  • enable the segregation and tracing of genetically modified organism (GMO) materials and derived products along the food and feed chains
  • anticipate the future expansion of the use of GMOs

The project is designed to foster a robustly science-based debate amongst all of the stakeholders involved in the food and feed chains, and the tools will be assessed not only from a technical point of view but with regard to the economic and legal aspects. It also surveys the GMO-related legal regimes and practices that exist in and beyond the EU.

This book examines the practical tools and methods available to implement the co-existence and traceability of GM and non-GM food materials along the entire food and feed chains, as demanded by consumers and by legislation in force in the EU and elsewhere. GM and Non-GM Supply Foods is a source of valuable information for food manufacturers, food research institutions and regulatory bodies internationally.

Content:
Chapter 1 Introduction to the GM and Non?GM Supply Chain Co?Existence and Traceability (pages 1–20): Y. Bertheau and J. Davison
Chapter 2 Contributions of Pollen and Seed to Impurity in Crops – A Comparison of Maize, Oilseed Rape and Beet (pages 21–34): G. R. Squire, J. Lecomte, A. Husken, J. Soukup and A. Messean
Chapter 3 Co?Existence Issues of GM Sugar Beet (pages 35–48): H. Darmency
Chapter 4 Ex Ante Evaluation of Gene Flow in Oilseed Rape with Cropping System Models (pages 49–60): N. Colbach
Chapter 5 Biological Containment Strategies for Transgenic Crops (pages 61–77): R. A. de Maagd and K. Boutilier
Chapter 6 Long?Distance Pollen Flow in Large Fragmented Landscapes (pages 79–87): Y. Brunet, S. Dupont, S. Delage, D. Garrigou, D. Guyon, S. Dayau, P. Tulet, J.?P. Pinty, C. Lac, J. Escobar, A. Audran and X. Foueillassar
Chapter 7 Current and Future Availability of Non?Genetically Modified Soybean Seeds in the USA, Brazil and Argentina (pages 89–112): J. Milanesi
Chapter 8 Consumers' Opinions and Attitudes Towards Co?existence of GM and Non?GM Food Products (pages 113–126): M. Costa?Font, R.B. Tranter and J.M. Gil
Chapter 9 Evaluation of Collection Strategies for Landscape and Product Flow Management (pages 127–139): F.C. Coleno and F. Angevin
Chapter 10 Empirical Analysis of Co?Existence in Commodity Supply Chains (pages 141–160): N. Gryson, M. Eeckhout, A. Messean, L?g. Soler, B. Lecroart, A. Trouillier, M. le bail, J. Bez, R. Bourgier, J. Copeland, M. Gylling, M. Maciejczak, V. Meglic, K. Menrad, A. Gabriel, M. Stolze, C. Tapia, G. Ghezan, V. Pelaez and R. Rocha dos Santos
Chapter 11 Modelling and Assessing the Impacts of the Co?Existence Between GM and non?GM Supply Chains: The Starch Maize Supply Chain Example (pages 161–175): B. Lecroart, A. Messean and L?G. Soler
Chapter 12 Costs of Segregation and Traceability Between GM and Non?GM Supply Chains of Single Crop and Compound Food/Feed Products (pages 177–191): K. Menrad, A. Gabriel, J. Bez, M. Gylling, A. Larsen, M. Maciejczak, M. Stolze, N. Gryson, M. Eeckhout, N. Pensel, R. Rocha dos Santos and A. Messean
Chapter 13 Labelling and Co?Existence Regulation of GMOs and Non?GMOs: An Economic Perspective (pages 193–214): M. Desquilbet and S. Poret
Chapter 14 Co?Existence and Traceability in Supply Chains: A Case Study on Belgian Compound Feed (pages 215–241): N. Gryson and M. Eeckhout
Chapter 15 GMO Sampling Strategies in Food and Feed Chains (pages 243–272): R. Onori, J. Sustar?Vozlic, G. Bellocchi, G. Berben, A. Blejec, C. Brera, Z. Cergan, M. Debeljak, M. De Giacomo, M. De Vivo, T. Esteve, E. Janssen, P. Kozjak, F. Leprince, R. Macarthur, A. Malcevschi, N. Marmiroli, V. Meglic, E. Mele, J. Messeguer, M. Miraglia, A. Nadal, R. Oger, E. Palmaccio, M. Pla, V. Planchon, E. Prantera, K. Rostohar and B. Vrscaj
Chapter 16 Harmonised Reference Genes and PCR Assays for GMO Quantification (pages 273–292): I. Taverniers, N. Papazova, T. Allnutt, S. Baumler, Y. Bertheau, T. Esteve, R. Freyer, K. Gruden, B. Kuznetzov, J. Luis La Paz, A. Nadal, M. Pla, J. Vojvoda, D. Wulff and D. Zhang
Chapter 17 The Modular Approach in GMO Quality Control and Enforcement Support Systems (pages 293–306): M. Van den Bulcke, G. Bellocchi, G. Berben, M. Burns, K. Cankar, M. De Giacomo, K. Gruden, A. Holst?Jensen, A. Malcewsky, M. Mazzara, R. Onori, N. Papazova, E. Parlouer, I. Taverniers, S. Trapmann, D. Wulff and D. Zhang
Chapter 18 Reliability and Cost of GMO Detection (pages 307–332): K. Gruden, T. R. Allnutt, M. Ayadi, S. Baeumler, C. Bahrdt, G. Berben, K. G. Berdal, Y. Bertheau, C. Boydler Andersen, P. Brodmann, M. Buh Gasparic, M. J. Burns, A. M. Burrel, K. Cankar, T. Esteve, A. Holst?Jensen, A. B. Kristoffersen, J. La Paz, D. Lee, A. Lovseth, R. Macarthur, D. Morisset, M. Pla, R. B. Rud, C. Skj?ret, T. Tengs, H. Valdivia, D. Wulff, D. Zhang and J. Zel
Chapter 19 New Multiplexing Tools for Reliable GMO Detection (pages 333–366): M. Pla, A. Nadal, V. Baeten, C. Bahrdt, G. Berben, Y. Bertheau, A. Coll, J. P. van Dijk, D. Dobnik, J. A. Fernandez Pierna, K. Gruden, S. Hamels, A. Holck, A. Holst?Jensen, E. Janssen, E. J. Kok, J. L. La Paz, V. Laval, S. Leimanis, A. Malcevschi, N. Marmiroli, D. Morisset, T. W. Prins, J. Remacle, G. Ujhelyi and D. Wulff
Chapter 20 Towards Detection of Unknown GMOs (pages 367–382): A. Holst?Jensen, K. G. Berdal, Y. Bertheau, M. Bohanec, J. Bohlin, M. Chaouachi, K. Gruden, S. Hamels, E. J. Kok, A. Krech, A. B. Kristoffersen, V. Laval, S. Leimanis, M. Lovoll, D. Morisset, A. Nemeth, N. Papazova, T. W. Prins, J. Remacle, P. Richl, T. Ruttink, I. Taverniers, T. Tengs, J. P. van Dijk, D. Wulff, J. Zel, H. Zhang and M. Znidarsic
Chapter 21 Method Validation and Reference Materials (pages 383–401): G. Bellocchi, Y. Bertheau, M. De Giacomo, A. Holst?Jensen, R. Macarthur, M. Mazzara, R. Onori, I. Taverniers, M. van den Bulcke and S. Trapmann
Chapter 22 Liability and Redress Options for Damage Caused by GMOs (pages 403–413): B. A. Koch
Chapter 23 Legal Issues, an Overview on Co?Existence Policies: Technological Pluralism, Confidence Economy, Transnational Supply Chains (pages 415–431): M.?a. Hermitte, S. Anvar, M. Bonin, N. Bargues, G. Canselier, S. Desmoulin, A. Langlais and J.C. Varela
Chapter 24 The Judge's Role Concerning Science in Precautionary Measures: A Shift from Guide to Arbitrator (pages 433–457): C. Noiville
Chapter 25 The Co?Extra Decision Support System: A Model?Based Integration of Project Results (pages 459–489): M. Bohanec, Y. Bertheau, C. Brera, K. Gruden, A. Holst?Jensen, E.J. Kok, B. Lecroart, A. Messean, M. Miraglia, R. Onori, T.W. Prins, L?g. Soler and M. Znidarsic
Chapter 26 Integration of Co?Extra Results in EU Tools for Traceability (pages 491–520): G. van den Eede and D. Plan
Chapter 27 Labelling and Detection of GM Crops and Derived Products: Regulatory Frameworks and Research Issues in East Asia (pages 521–541): D. Zhang, L. Yang, C.?H. Lee, S?H. Lee, B.?J. Kuo, K. Kitta and M. Tachikawa
Chapter 28 Maintaining a Supply of Non?GM Feed – A Strategic Issue for European Regional Agriculture (pages 543–562): R. Layadi
Chapter 29 A Geographical Approach to the European Policy for the Co?Existence of GMO and Non?GMO Crops (pages 563–589): E. Glon
Chapter 30 Segregating Supply Chains: a Cost–Benefit Perspective (pages 591–605): J.K. Hammitt and W.W. Wilson
Chapter 31 Co?Existence and Traceability in the EU Versus IP Systems in Third Countries (pages 605–616): R. Rocha dos Santos, N. Pensel and R. Green
Chapter 32 GM and Non?GM Supply Chain Co?Existence and Traceability: Context and Perspectives (pages 617–641): Y. Bertheau

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  • Year: 2012
  • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781444337785,9781118373781

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