Printable—Health Regulation

 GMO labelingMajor GMO labeling exceptionsNeonicotinoidsAltrazineBPA banPCBsrBST Methyl Bromide use
Australiamandatoryprocessed productsin reviewallowedno banallowed in closed systemsabsolute ban17.9
Canadaoptionalno GMO policyplan to phase outallowedto review in 2020allowed in closed systemsabsolute ban3.1
Denmarkmandatorymeat, animal productsEU banbannedall baby food contact productsallowed in closed systemsabsolute ban-10.5
Francemandatorymeat, animal productsEU banbannedall food productsallowed in closed systemsabsolute ban-10.5
Germanymandatorymeat, animal productsEU banbannedBPA bottlesallowed in closed systemsabsolute ban-10.5
Italymandatorymeat, animal productsEU banbannedBPA bottlesallowed in closed systemsabsolute ban-10.5
Japanmandatoryprocessed productsin review no banallowed in closed systemsabsolute ban0.0
Netherlandsmandatorymeat, animal productsEU banbannedBPA bottlesallowed in closed systemsabsolute ban-10.5
Norwaymandatory                         in review bannedBPA bottlesabsolute banabsolute ban0.0
Swedenmandatorymeat, animal productsEU banbannedall baby food contact productsallowed in closed systemsabsolute ban-10.5
United Kingdommandatorymeat, animal productsEU banbannedBPA bottlesabsolute banabsolute ban2.2
United Statesoptionalno GMO policyin reviewallowedall baby food contact productsallowed in closed systemsunrestricted, labeling not required-77.8
COLOR CODING
GreenRanked first for statistic
RedRanked last for statistic
YellowChange in Progress