Soy Growers Continue Urging President Obama to Make China’s Pending Biotech Issues a Priority

Soy growers and other industry partners reiterated the importance of ensuring swift, positive action on pending biotechnology issues in China last week. As part of … Read More »

ASA Kudos this Week…

Kudos go to Denise Cannatella, Melville, La., who shared two timely articles on biotech with her Twitter followers this past week, including The Washington Post’s … Read More »

EU Agriculture Committee Rejects Biotech Opt Out Proposal

The European Union (EU) Agriculture Committee rejected the Commission’s proposed biotechnology “opt-out” proposal last week. The proposal, introduced in by the Commission in April, would … Read More »

Soy Growers to POTUS: Pending Biotech Issues Top Priority with Chinese President

Soy growers and other industry groups are asking President Barack Obama to make securing positive action on pending biotechnology issues a priority when meeting with … Read More »

Congress Returns to Washington

Congress returned to Washington this week with a heavy agenda and only 12 working days before the end of the fiscal year on Sept. 30. … Read More »

Biotech Working Group Discusses Regulatory Issues, China and More

Members of the American Soybean Association’s (ASA) Biotechnology Working Group met in Minneapolis, Minn. this week to discuss key developments and regulatory issues facing the … Read More »

Delayed Global Approvals for Ag Biotech Traits Projected to Cost Farmers and Consumers Billions

Information courtesy of Illinois Soybean Association.  Regulatory roadblocks and divergent approval systems are slowing the biotechnology-driven yield advances needed to feed our growing world. Dozens of … Read More »

Soy Growers: EU Opt-Out Proposal Would Disrupt Trade Policy, Economy

The American Soybean Association (ASA) and United States Biotech Crops Alliance (USBCA) urge the European Union (EU) to withdraw the biotechnology “Opt Out” before it … Read More »

Join the Discussion About the Future of Trade and Biotechnology

International exports are critical to farmers’ profitability, but regulatory roadblocks to biotechnology approvals are causing trade delays, loss of access to new and scientifically proven … Read More »

ASA Praises House Passage of Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act

The American Soybean Association (ASA) welcomes a vote today from the House of Representatives to approve H.R. 1599, the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act, … Read More »