USA: Igene settles lawsuit with ADM over salmon colour secrets
US firm Igene Biotechnology has announced that it has settled a lawsuit with US agribusiness Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) concerning the alleged theft of a trade secret on a method to alter the colour of farm-raised salmon. Igene originally filed the lawsuit in 1997, alleging that a former Igene employee gave ADM trade secrets about how to breed farm-raised salmon that have pink colouring similar to wild salmon. ADM countersued, accusing Igene of infringing on its patent.
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