TJC Global Serving Since 1985

Genetically Modified Food Translators and Interpreters for over 180 languages and dialects


Genetically modified (GM) crops are those that have been modified to display specific traits through genetic engineering. Often engineered for faster growth, resistance to pathogens, production of extra nutrients, or any other beneficial purpose, Genetically engineered crops and foods have become extremely controversial issues. Debate commonly centres on ethics; long-term health effects for those who consume GM foods; environmental safety; labeling and consumer choice; intellectual property rights; food security; poverty reduction and environmental conservation. Supporters claim the technology to be beneficial for the human race, particularly when it comes to issues of poverty and food shortages, while critics believe it to be a potential health or ecological disaster.  Since it has become such a heated international issue, effective cross-border communication is a vital component. Here, TJC Global can help.

Over the past 25 years, TJC Global has established an extensive network of expert translators and interpreters to fit our customers’ needs. Our qualified and expereienced linguists have an in-depth knowledge of the technical terminology and processes associated with genetically modified foods, ensuring smooth and precise communication between all interested parties in this globally widespread debate.


Our Genetically Modified Food translators and interpreters can cover areas such as:

Free Range Food Trends

Gene Splicing

Regulations and Protocols

Food Security

Poverty Reduction

Environmental Conservation

Organic Farming

Genetically Modified Food Analysis

GMO Research and Studies

Genetic Engineering Techniques

Nutrient Management

Consumer Choice Issues

Ecological Rights and Issues

Whole Food Industry

GMO Supply Management