Are you surewhat you EAT ?
WHAT ISGENETICALLY   MODIFIFIED        FOOD
ORGrunert, K. G. (2005).
CALGENE
Insect resistance
Herbicide tolerance
Herbicidetolerance
Virusresistance
Insectresistance     Canada, Unite     d States
MAJOR GMO CROP     PRODUCTION  COUNTRIES ON 2006AROUND THE WORLD
CANADA 10%                                          CHINA 3%                 USA                 20%              INDIA   ...
GMO’s crop are start      increasing         rapidly inthe world market from year      2000 until now.
Islam too forbids eatingof pork, and Islamicscholars have alsoraised
concern about thetheoretical production offoods with genes frompigs.
Will Effect
Genetically modified food controversies
RESEARCH BY   Monsanto (American multinational agricultural biotechnology corporationheadquartered in Creve Coeur, Missour...
Corn
Monsantohas revealed that half of the US’s sweet cornfarms are planted with genetically modifiedseed. Mice fed with GM cor...
Soy
Hamsters fed with GM soy wereunable to have offspring and suffered a high mortality           rate.
Rice
China Dailyan online journal, reported potential serious public health and environment problems                    with   ...
Tomatoes
In a test conducted to determine the safety of     GM tomatoes, some animal subjects died within a few weeks             a...
Dairy products
Milk from cows contains increased levels ofIGF-1 (insulin growth factors-1).Humans also have  IGF-1    in their system. Sc...
Researcher show that Women are more cautious on food
result of   “cautions of GMO’s food among           Female & Male”           on years 2006MALE LIKELY = 47%
result of   “cautions of GMO’s food among           Female & Male”           on years 2006MALE LIKELY = 47%   FEMALE LIKEL...
result of     “cautions of GMO’s food among             Female & Male”             on years 2006 MALE LIKELY = 47%    FEMA...
result of     “cautions of GMO’s food among             Female & Male”             on years 2006 MALE LIKELY = 47%        ...
VIDEO OF “The Health Dangers of Genetically           Modified Foods” pt. 1 – 6                 on YouTube        http://w...
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“Factors Influencing Malaysian Public Attitudes to Agro-Biotechnology”, (LatifahAmin, 2...
objectiveof implementing mandatoryGMO labeling is to provide        consumerswith additional information  and increase con...
Malaysian consumers maybe know about theexistence of the GMF but do not have enoughunderstanding of the underlying concept...
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
JOURNAL-Abadias, M., Usall, J., Anguera, M., Solson, C., & Vinas, I. (2008).Microbiological quality of fresh, minimally-pr...
WEBSITE-EFSA (European food safety authority). (2009). Report advisory group onrisk communication. Risk Communication Annu...
ARTICLES-Grunert, K. G. (2005). Food quality and safety: consumer perception anddemand.-Hatanaka, M., Bain, C., & Busch, L...
HELLO !!!      MY NAME IS  MOHD SHAHMIR ZAINON2010130137   
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Genetic modification food ver2

  1. 1. Are you surewhat you EAT ?
  2. 2. WHAT ISGENETICALLY MODIFIFIED FOOD
  3. 3. ORGrunert, K. G. (2005).
  4. 4. CALGENE
  5. 5. Insect resistance
  6. 6. Herbicide tolerance
  7. 7. Herbicidetolerance
  8. 8. Virusresistance
  9. 9. Insectresistance Canada, Unite d States
  10. 10. MAJOR GMO CROP PRODUCTION COUNTRIES ON 2006AROUND THE WORLD
  11. 11. CANADA 10% CHINA 3% USA 20% INDIA 5% PHILIPPINES BRASIL 5%PARAGUAY 55% 10% URUGUAY 40% SOUTH AFRICA AUSTRALIA ARGENTINA 10% 5% 45%
  12. 12. GMO’s crop are start increasing rapidly inthe world market from year 2000 until now.
  13. 13. Islam too forbids eatingof pork, and Islamicscholars have alsoraised
  14. 14. concern about thetheoretical production offoods with genes frompigs.
  15. 15. Will Effect
  16. 16. Genetically modified food controversies
  17. 17. RESEARCH BY Monsanto (American multinational agricultural biotechnology corporationheadquartered in Creve Coeur, Missouri.)
  18. 18. Corn
  19. 19. Monsantohas revealed that half of the US’s sweet cornfarms are planted with genetically modifiedseed. Mice fed with GM corn were discovered tohave smaller offspring and fertility problems.
  20. 20. Soy
  21. 21. Hamsters fed with GM soy wereunable to have offspring and suffered a high mortality rate.
  22. 22. Rice
  23. 23. China Dailyan online journal, reported potential serious public health and environment problems with genetically modified riceconsidering its tendency to cause allergicreactions with the concurrent possibility of gene transfers.
  24. 24. Tomatoes
  25. 25. In a test conducted to determine the safety of GM tomatoes, some animal subjects died within a few weeks after consuming GM tomatoes
  26. 26. Dairy products
  27. 27. Milk from cows contains increased levels ofIGF-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 withcolon and breast cancer.
  28. 28. Researcher show that Women are more cautious on food
  29. 29. result of “cautions of GMO’s food among Female & Male” on years 2006MALE LIKELY = 47%
  30. 30. result of “cautions of GMO’s food among Female & Male” on years 2006MALE LIKELY = 47% FEMALE LIKELY = 30%
  31. 31. result of “cautions of GMO’s food among Female & Male” on years 2006 MALE LIKELY = 47% FEMALE LIKELY = 30%MALE UNLIKELY = 46%
  32. 32. result of “cautions of GMO’s food among Female & Male” on years 2006 MALE LIKELY = 47% FEMALE LIKELY = 30%MALE UNLIKELY = 46% FEMALE UNLIKELY = 61%
  33. 33. VIDEO OF “The Health Dangers of Genetically Modified Foods” pt. 1 – 6 on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94d-KVorSHM
  34. 34. As of June 14, 2010, new regulations regarding the labeling of geneticallymodified organisms (GMOs) in food have been enacted in Malaysia through
  35. 35. Malaysian signed the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety (CPB) on May 24, 2000
  36. 36. under Section 61, which states that“Factors Influencing Malaysian Public Attitudes to Agro-Biotechnology”, (LatifahAmin, 2010, )
  37. 37. objectiveof implementing mandatoryGMO labeling is to provide consumerswith additional information and increase consumer choice.
  38. 38. Malaysian consumers maybe know about theexistence of the GMF but do not have enoughunderstanding of the underlying concept,which might be influencing their purchasingintentions regarding GMF.
  39. 39. 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.
  40. 40. 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).
  41. 41. REFERENCE
  42. 42. JOURNAL-Abadias, M., Usall, J., Anguera, M., Solson, C., & Vinas, I. (2008).Microbiological quality of fresh, minimally-processed fruit and vegetables, andsprouts from retail establishments. International Journal of FoodMicrobiology, 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 ,(2010), et al, “Factors Influencing Malaysian Public Attitudesto Agro-Biotechnology”, Journal of Public Understanding of Science.-Mike Adcock,” 2007 Intellectual Property , Genetically Modified Cropsand Bioethics 1088 –1092.
  43. 43. WEBSITE-EFSA (European food safety authority). (2009). Report advisory group onrisk communication. Risk Communication Annual Review (pp. 1e48)http://www.efsa.europa.eu/en/agrc/documents/agrccommreview.pdf.-EFSA (European food safety authority). (2011a). Scientific colloquium onemerging risks in food: from identification to communication. In EFSAScientific Colloquium Summary Report 15, 1e170.http://www.efsa.europa.eu/en/supporting/pub/114e.htm.-Kinni, T. B. (2004) Genetically modified food controversies.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetically_modified_food_controversies
  44. 44. ARTICLES-Grunert, K. G. (2005). Food quality and safety: consumer perception anddemand.-Hatanaka, M., Bain, C., & Busch, L. (2005). Third-party certification in theglobal agrifood system.-(Klerck & Sweeney, 2007; Linh, 2009). GMO Labeling Regulations inMalaysia .
  45. 45. HELLO !!! MY NAME IS MOHD SHAHMIR ZAINON2010130137 

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