BELGIUM: Greenpeace reveals more genetic contamination of seeds in European market
Greenpeace tests on so called conventional seeds due for planting in the coming weeks in the EU show they are contaminated with genetically engineered (GE) seeds. The findings add to the mounting evidence of widespread illegal GE pollution in Europe.(1) Tests on three maize varieties in Austria by an independent laboratory show the presence of both Monsanto and Novartis strains of GE seed.(2) Two further cases were uncovered in Germany last week.
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