How The TPPA Could Lead To More Global Trade Of GMOs

The massive Trans Pacific Partnership, or TPP, trade deal could require some countries to accept more genetically engineered crops. The TPP is the largest free trade agreement in history, and while not yet approved by Congress, includes the U.S. and 11 other countries along the Pacific Ocean.

Here’s how genetically engineered crops figure into the equation: The agreement enhances standards for how countries can challenge imports