April 2000 Issue
EN Urges Labeling of Genetically Modified Food
A special editorial to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Earth Day. You've been buying the same brand of corn flakes for 25 years. It looks the same. It tastes the same. But something fundamental has changed. There's now a good chance the cereal is made from corn with an altered genetic code. You can't tell any of this from looking at that box of corn flakes, however. Labeling of genetically modified (GM) foods
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