American Meat Science Association

Earning Trust in the Promise of Gene Editing

 

Gene editing in agriculture has tremendous potential to benefit society and food production. However, this potential will only be realized if the technology is accepted and supported by the food system and ultimately by consumers. The Coalition for Responsible Gene Editing in Agriculture was organized by The Center for Food Integrity to ensure support and acceptance of the responsible use of gene-editing technology in agriculture and food.

Julie DeYoung serves as a senior consultant to The Center for Food Integrity, applying her 35 years of food and agricultural public relations experience to help empower those in the food system to meaningfully engage with their most important audiences on issues that matter.

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