HELLO !!!      MY NAME IS  MOHD SHAHMIR ZAINON2010130137   
Argentina, Cana  Insect     da, South Africa,resistance   UnitedHerbicide    States, EUtolerance    Argentina, Cana       ...
Argentina, Canada, SHerbicide   outh Africa,tolerance   United States, EU (for            processing only)
EU (forHerbicide            breedingtolerance            purposes only)
Virus              Canada,resistance             United States
Insectresistance/herbicide                 Canada, Unitetolerance           d States
Islam too forbids eating of pork, andIslamic scholars have also raisedconcern about the theoreticalproduction of foods wit...
Will Effect
Genetically modified food controversies
RESEARCH BY   Monsanto (American multinational agricultural biotechnology corporationheadquartered in Creve Coeur, Missour...
Corn
Monsanto has revealed that half of the US’s sweet cornfarms are planted with genetically modified seed. Mice fed          ...
Soy
Hamsters fed with GM soy wereunable to have offspring and suffered a         high mortality rate.
Rice
China Daily, an online journal, reported potential serious public health        and environment problems with genetically ...
Tomatoes
In a test conducted to determine the safety of GM tomatoes, someanimal subjects   died within a few weeks                 ...
Dairy products
Milk from cows contains increased levels of IGF-1 (insulin growth factors-1).                Humans also have IGF-1 in the...
PRINTSCREEN (gif.) OF “The Health Dangers of    Genetically Modified Foods” pt. 1 – 6                 on YouTube        ht...
As of June 14, 2010, new regulations  regarding the labeling of geneticallymodified organisms (GMOs) in food have   been e...
Malaysian signed the Cartagena Protocol on     Biosafety (CPB) on May 24, 2000
under Section 61, which states that
The objective of implementing mandatory GMO labeling is to      provide consumerswith additional information and  increase...
Malaysian consumers maybe know about theexistence of the GMF but do not have enoughunderstanding of the underlyingconcept,...
As Malaysian consumers are found to showgreater concerns for the risks attached with the   GM food, it is suggested that m...
This increased knowledge is a key to help lower the consumers‟ perception level of risks and lever the perceived quality i...
REFERENCE
JOURNALAbadias, M., Usall, J., Anguera, M., Solson, C., & Vinas, I. (2008).Microbiologicalquality of fresh, minimally-proc...
WEBSITEEFSA (European food safety authority). (2009). Report advisory group onriskcommunication. Risk Communication Annual...
ARTICLESGrunert, K. G. (2005). Food quality and safety: consumer perception anddemand.European Review of Agricultural Econ...
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  1. 1. HELLO !!! MY NAME IS MOHD SHAHMIR ZAINON2010130137 
  2. 2. Argentina, Cana Insect da, South Africa,resistance UnitedHerbicide States, EUtolerance Argentina, Cana da, United States, EU
  3. 3. Argentina, Canada, SHerbicide outh Africa,tolerance United States, EU (for processing only)
  4. 4. EU (forHerbicide breedingtolerance purposes only)
  5. 5. Virus Canada,resistance United States
  6. 6. Insectresistance/herbicide Canada, Unitetolerance d States
  7. 7. Islam too forbids eating of pork, andIslamic scholars have also raisedconcern about the theoreticalproduction of foods with genes frompigs.
  8. 8. Will Effect
  9. 9. Genetically modified food controversies
  10. 10. RESEARCH BY Monsanto (American multinational agricultural biotechnology corporationheadquartered in Creve Coeur, Missouri.)
  11. 11. Corn
  12. 12. Monsanto has revealed that half of the US’s sweet cornfarms are planted with genetically modified seed. Mice fed smallerwith GM corn were discovered to haveoffspring and fertility problems.
  13. 13. Soy
  14. 14. Hamsters fed with GM soy wereunable to have offspring and suffered a high mortality rate.
  15. 15. Rice
  16. 16. China Daily, an online journal, reported potential serious public health and environment problems with genetically modified rice considering its tendency to cause allergic reactions with the concurrent possibility of gene transfers.
  17. 17. Tomatoes
  18. 18. In a test conducted to determine the safety of GM tomatoes, someanimal subjects died within a few weeks after consuming GM tomatoes
  19. 19. Dairy products
  20. 20. Milk from cows contains increased levels of IGF-1 (insulin growth factors-1). Humans also have IGF-1 in their system. Scientists have expressed concerns that increased levels of IGF-1 in humans have been associated with colon and breast cancer.
  21. 21. PRINTSCREEN (gif.) OF “The Health Dangers of Genetically Modified Foods” pt. 1 – 6 on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94d-KVorSHM
  22. 22. As of June 14, 2010, new regulations regarding the labeling of geneticallymodified organisms (GMOs) in food have been enacted in Malaysia through
  23. 23. Malaysian signed the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety (CPB) on May 24, 2000
  24. 24. under Section 61, which states that
  25. 25. The objective of implementing mandatory GMO labeling is to provide consumerswith additional information and increase consumer choice.
  26. 26. Malaysian consumers maybe know about theexistence of the GMF but do not have enoughunderstanding of the underlyingconcept, which might be influencing theirpurchasing intentions regarding GMF.
  27. 27. As Malaysian consumers are found to showgreater concerns for the risks attached with the GM food, it is suggested that more efforts should be laid by the policymakers from government and industry to increase knowledge about benefits of GM food.
  28. 28. This increased knowledge is a key to help lower the consumers‟ perception level of risks and lever the perceived quality in turn (Klerck & Sweeney, 2007; Linh, 2009).
  29. 29. REFERENCE
  30. 30. JOURNALAbadias, M., Usall, J., Anguera, M., Solson, C., & Vinas, I. (2008).Microbiologicalquality of fresh, minimally-processed fruit and vegetables, and sproutsfrom retail establishments. International Journal of Food Microbiology, 123,121e129.Baert, L., Mattison, K., Loisy-Hamon, F., Harlow, J., Martyres, A., Lebeau, B., etal.(2011). Review: norovirus prevalence in Belgian, Canadian and French freshproduce: a threat to human health? International Journal of FoodMicrobiology,151, 261e269.Latifah Amin, et al, “Factors Influencing Malaysian Public Attitudesto Agro-Biotechnology”,2010, Journal of Public Understanding ofScience.[20] Mike Adcock,” Intellectual Property , Genetically Modified Cropsand Bioethics “, Biotechnology Journal (Biotechnol. J.), 2007, 1088–1092.
  31. 31. WEBSITEEFSA (European food safety authority). (2009). Report advisory group onriskcommunication. Risk Communication Annual Review (pp. 1e48)http://www.efsa.europa.eu/en/agrc/documents/agrccommreview.pdf.EFSA (European food safety authority). (2011a). Scientific colloquium onemergingrisks in food: from identification to communication. In EFSA ScientificColloquium Summary Report 15, 1e170. http://www.efsa.europa.eu/en/supporting/pub/114e.htm.Genetically modified food controversies.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetically_modified_food_controversies
  32. 32. ARTICLESGrunert, K. G. (2005). Food quality and safety: consumer perception anddemand.European Review of Agricultural Economics, 32, 369e391.Hatanaka, M., Bain, C., & Busch, L. (2005). Third-party certification in theglobalagrifood system. Food Policy, 30, 354e369.
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