SOUTH KOREA: Biotech corn makes up 99% of imports refused entry into country
South Korea's Food and Drug Administration (KFDA) said on Monday that 99% of the agricultural imports that failed to make it past customs last year was corn that contained the genetically modified corn, StarLink . Last September, StarLink kernels were found in edible corn in the United States despite its classification as inedible for human use. The biotech corn is only allowed for use in livestock feed.
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