The StarLink Event: Can It Help Us Better Understand Broader GMO Issues?
There's a really good chance you're aware that the gene-altered corn called StarLink™ was detected in certain taco shells and other yellow corn products even though this corn is not approved for food use. Recent media attention to this issue has fallen just short of presidential candidate coverage. A quick count of StarLink™-related articles posted on www.just-food.com numbered 70 during the six weeks following the publication of the original story in the Washington Post in mid September. Read more here.
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