USA: FDA says Monsanto canola poses no health risks
Responding to biotech giant Monsanto's admission yesterday [Monday] that some of its canola seed may contain GM material that is not approved for human consumption, the US Food and Drug Administration said the canola appears to pose no health risks. just-food.com yesterday reported that Monsanto was asking regulators to turn a blind eye, as the GM material, called GT200, was safe to consume (click here to see yesterday's story
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