The introduction of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in EU agriculture may have economic implications that result from incomplete segregation of GM and traditional crop production. In particular, the presence of GMOs could not be ruled out in non-GM agricultural products. Due to requirements for labelling of GMOs and other purity criteria of non-GM products as well as market demand for non-GMO products, such presence may have negative economic implications for the operators concerned. The present study is aimed to analyse aspects concerning the liability of GMO presence in traditional agricultural products.
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