PHILIPPINES: Novartis breaks promise: its Gerber baby food contains massive amounts of Genetically Engineered Soya
Greenpeace has revealed test results showing massive levels (between 34 percent and 66 percent) of genetically engineered (GE) soya in the soya ingredient of Gerber/Novartis baby food products sold in the Philippines. The Swiss based food and agrochemical multinational Novartis is selling GE baby food despite its pledge one year ago to stop using genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in its food products worldwide.
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