November 2000 Issue
Genetically Modified Foods: EN Questions Industry and Government
When a strain of genetically modified (GM) corn called StarLink recently turned up in some of Kraft’s Taco Bell Home Originals Taco Shells, it illustrated just how difficult it is for government and industry alike to foresee and prepare for potential problems in the production and marketing of GM foods. StarLink corn was never approved for human use because of worries its protein might cause allergies. It was supposed to
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