UK: Consumers need more information about GM food, says survey
A recent UK survey has concluded that the majority of consumers feel they do not have enough information to decide whether they would buy genetically modified foods or not. 58% of the 1000 people questioned in the survey, which was carried out by Nunwood Consulting Omnibus for The Grocer, said they would not buy GM foods. 33% said that they would buy GM foods, while the remainder said they were not sure.
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