USA: American Seed Trade Association: European perception of biotech foods skewed by 15 years of food and medical technology scares
There's a new French paradox when it comes to dining today, but it is not related to wine consumption. Though a product of biotechnology, wine pales by comparison to the products of modern biotechnology in terms of paradoxical views on behalf of French and other European consumers. Wine is also unequivocally accepted. Pierre Deloffre, general manager of Bonduelle, a French fruit and vegetable product manufacturer, discussed what he called ``a confused and irrational story'' about biotech foods in Europe at the
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