An independent review of South Australia’s moratorium on the cultivation of Genetically Modified (GM) food crops is underway and will be undertaken by Emeritus Professor Kym Anderson AC.

The current South Australian genetically modified food crop moratorium exists for trade and market access purposes.

Once completed, the review will enable better informed policy decisions regarding GM food crops in South Australia.

Submissions are now open to have your say on the State Government’s independent review of the genetically modified food crops moratorium.

This aims to better understand different perspectives and the moratorium’s current and future economic impact.

Written submissions addressing the terms of reference may be made up to Friday 26 October 2018

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