Global list of all gmos that are commercially approved released worldwide

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Global list of all gmos that-are commercially approved released worldwide 

HERBICIDE TOLERANT GMOs

S/N GMO USE LOCATION YEAR APPROVED /RELEASED
1 Alfalfa Animal feed USA 2005
2 Canola Cooking oilMargarine Australia 2003
Canada 1995
Emulsifiers in packaged foods USA 1995
3 Cotton Fibre Cotton seed oil Animal feed Argentina 2001
Australia 2002
Brazil 2008
Columbia 2004
Costa Rica 2008
Mexico 2000
Paraguay 2013
USA 1994
South Africa 2000
4 Maize Animal feed High fructose corn syrup Corn starch Argentina 1998
Brazil 2007
Canada 1996
Columbia 2007
Cuba 2011
EU (Portugal , Czech Republic, Slovakia and Romania) 1998
Honduras 2001
Paraguay 2012
Philippines 2002
South Africa 2002
USA 1995
Uruguay 2003
5 Soybean Animal feed Soybean oil Argentina 1996
Bolivia 2005
Brazil 1998
Canada 1995
Chile 2007
Costa Rica 2001
Mexico 1996
Paraguay 2004
South Africa 2001
USA 1993
Uruguay 1996
6 Sugar Beet Food USA 1998, commercialised 2007, production blocked 2010 and resumed 2011

INSECT RESISTANT GMOs

S/N GMO USE LOCATION YEAR APPROVED/RELEASED
1 Cotton Fibre    Cottonseed oil   Animal feed Argentina 1998
Australia 2003
Brazil 2005
Burkina Faso 2009
China 1997
Columbia 2003
Costa Rica 2008
India 2002
Mexico 1996
Myanmar 2006
Pakistan 2010
Paraguay 2007
South Africa 1997
Sudan 2012
USA 1995
2 Eggplant Food Bangladesh 2013, planted in 2014
3 Maize Animal feed High fructose corn syrup Corn starch Argentina 1998
Brazil 2005
Columbia 2003
Mexico 1996
Paraguay 2007
Philippines 2002
South Africa 1997
Uruguay 2003
USA 1995
4 Poplar Tree China 1998, but Bt poplar planted in 2014

GMOs WITH OTHER MODIFIED TRAITS

S/N GMO USE LOCATION YEAR APPROVED/ RELEASED
1 Canola Cooking oilMargarineEmulsifiers in packaged foods Canada 1996, for high laurate canola
USA 1994, for high laurate canola
USA 1998, Phytase production
2 Carnation Ornamental Australia 1995, delayed senescence
Norway 1998, delayed senescence
Columbia 2000, modified flower colour
EU 1998, modified flower colour, with two events expired 2008, and another approved 2007
Japan 2004, modified flower colour
Malaysia 2012, for ornamental purposes
Norway 1997
3 Maize Animal feedHigh fructose corn syrupCorn starch Canada 2006, increased lysine
USA 2006, increased lysine
Canada 2010, drought tolerance
USA 2011, drought tolerance
4 Papaya  Food China 2006, Virus Resistance
USA 1996, Virus resistance
5 Potato FoodIndustrial Canada 1999, virus resistance
USA 1997, virus resistance and in 2014 for modified starch
6 Rose Ornamental Columbia 2010, modified flower colour
Japan 2008, modified flower colour
USA 2011, modified flower colour
7 Soybean Animal feedSoybean oil Argentina 2015, increased oleic acid production
Canada 2007, increased oleic acid production
USA 1997, increased oleic acid production
Canada 2011, stearidonic acid production
USA 2011, stearidonic acid production
8 Squash Food USA 1994, virus resistance
9 Sugar cane Food Indonesia 2013, drought tolerance
10 Tobacco Cigarettes USA 2002, nicotine reduction

GMOs APPROVED BUT NO LONGER CULTIVATED

S/N GMO USE LOCATION YEAR APPROVED /RELEASED
1 Potato Food Canada 1995, withdrawn from the market 2001
USA 1994
EU 2010 for modified starch development and stopped in 2012
2 Rice Food Iran 2004, insect resistance but only grown in 2005
3 Tobacco Cigarettes China 1992, Herbicide resistance and cultivation stopped in 1995
4 Tomato Food USA 1992, for delayed softening. The production was stopped 1997

GMOs APPROVED BUT YET TO BE CULTIVATED

S/N GMO USE LOCATION YEAR APPROVED
1 Apple  Food Canada 2015, for delayed browning
USA 2015, for delayed browning
2 Bean Food Brazil 2011, viral disease resistance
3  Chicory Animal feed USA 1997, herbicide tolerance
4 Eucalyptus Tree Brazil 2015, altered growth
5 Flax Linseed oil USA 2003, herbicide tolerance
6 Plum Food USA 2007, virus resistance
7 Potato Food Industrial USA 2015, reduced acrylamine, blackspot bruise tolerance, late blight resistance
Canada 1999, virus resistance
USA 1997, virus resistance
USA 2014, modified starch
8 Sweet pepper  Food China 1998, virus resistance
9 Grass Animal feed USA 2003, herbicide tolerance

RECENTLY APPROVED GMOs

S/N GMO USE LOCATION APPROVAL
1 Maize Food South Korea 26th April, 2017. For HT+ IR
2 Cotton Fibre Brazil 20th April, 2017 for commercial release of HT + IR, and Stacked
3 Cotton FoodFeed Malaysia 12th April, 2017HT+IR, HT AND HT+IR
4  Soybean Food South Korea 13TH march, 2017 HT+IR
5 Potato(Innate)  food Australia and New Zealand 2nd March, 2017Stacked PQ
6 Soybean   Feed South Korea 20th February, 2017HT+PQ and HT
+IR
7 Creeping bent grass USA 9th February, 2017Nonregulated status HT
8 Maize Food South Korea 8th February, 2017 stacked(HT)
9 Soybean 8th February, 2017(HT+PQ)
10 Cotton 8th February, 2017 stacked(HT)
11 Canola Food 8th February, 2017HT+PC
12 Soybean FoodFeed 31st January, 2017Stacked (HT)
13 Maize Feed 31st January, 2017Stacked (HT)
14 Cotton FoodFeed Malaysia 27th January, 2017HT
15 Cotton Australia 25th January, 2017HT+IR, Stacked (HT)
16 soybean China 25th January, stacked(HT)
17 cotton FoodFeed 25th January,2017,IR
18 Cotton Australia 8th December, 2016HT, HT+IR for commercial release
19 Soybean Japan 8th December, 2016Stacked HT, stacked IR and stacked HT for type 1 cultivation
 20 Maize FoodFeed South Africa 23rd November, 2016HT+IRStacked HT
21 Argentine Canola FoodFeed 23rd November, 2016HT
22 Maize Feed South Korea 16th November, 2016HT+IR
23 Cotton Feed 16th November, 2016HT+IR
24 Maize FoodFeedcultivation Canada 7th November, 2016HT+IR
25 Potato Food USA 4th November, 2016Nonregulated status to Ranger Russet X17 and Atlantic Y9 for reduced acrylamide potential, black spot bruising tolerance and resistance to late blights

MOST RECENTLY APPROVED

S/N GMO USE LOCATION APPROVAL
1 Innate Potato Food, feed and cultivation Canada 11th October, 2017. Events W8, X17 and Y9 for reduced acrylamide potential, reduced black spot bruising and resistance to late blight of potato
2 Soybean Food Taiwan 4th October, 2017.  Herbicide  Tolerance(HT) and Insect Resistance( IR)
3 Maize Food 4th October, 2017. HT and IR
4 Maize Food and Feed South Korea 27th September 2017. Glyphosate tolerance(HT) and Lepidopteran and Coleopteran insect resistance (IR)
5 Maize Feed 27th September, 2017. HT and IR
6 Soybean Food 27th September, 2017. HT and IR
7 Argentine Canola USA 27th September, 2017. Non-regulated Status. For Glufosinate tolerance and Pollination Control(HT/PC)
8 Canola Food Taiwan August 25, 2017. HT and PC
9 Maize Food August 10, 2017. stacked HT
10 Soybean Feed Turkey August 7, 2017. 3 events, stacked HT, HT and HT/PQ
11 Maize Feed August 3, 2017. Abiotic stress Tolerance.
12 Maize Food and feed China August 3, 2017. Agrisure Dura Sade
13 Maize Food Taiwan August 1, 2017. Altered growth and yield
14 Cotton Food August 1, 2017. HT and IR
15 Maize Food and feed Malaysia August 1, 2017. Two  events  HT and stacked HT
16 Soybean Food and Feed August 1, 2017. Protein Quality (PQ)
17 Soybean Food Taiwan July 31, 2017. HT and PQ
18 Cotton Food and Feed South Korea July 17, 2017. HT and IR
19 Cotton Food and Feed EU July 12, 2017. Two events both HT and IR
20 Maize Food and Feed July 12, 2017. Two events HT/IR and HT
21 Maize Commercial use Canada June 29, 2017. Three events all HT and IR
22 Sugar cane Commercial Use Brazil June 28, 2017. Resistance to sugarcane borer(IR)
23 Canola Feed South Korea June 20, 2017. HT and PC
24 Maize Food Taiwan June 13, 2017. Stacked HT



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