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GMO Labeling and Consumer Preferences

Gregory Meyer reported yesterday at The Financial Times Online that, “Cargill, one of the world’s biggest wholesale food suppliers, has bowed to consumer trends by offering its first products with a seal of approval from the leading US verifier of products free of bioengineering.” The FT article explained that, “On Thursday, Cargill said it had […]
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