Attack of the killer tomatoes?
Les Christy and Lyn Barkow assess the UK legal safeguards controlling so-called 'Frankenstein foods' and find that, while government and industry have begun to address public demands by legislative and voluntary codes, GM technology remains streets ahead of both consumer acceptance and regulatory change
Food safety is an area that receives its fair share of bad press. The current food safety debate concerns foods which are, or are derived from, genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
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