GERMANY: Mcdonald's stops using Genetically Engineered animal food in some European countries
The multinational fast food chain, McDonald's, has written to Greenpeace Germany that it intends no longer to serve animal products coming from animals fed with genetically engineered (GE) feed in its restaurants in Germany.McDonald's says it guarantees its poultry to be GE free from April 2001 onwards, and that it plans to ensure that feed used by its suppliers will soon contain no GE ingredients.
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