UK: Poll reveals more UK consumers will eat GM foods despite safety fears
For the first time since the issue emerged, the number of British consumers who will happily eat GM foodstuffs outnumbers those who refuse to, according to the results of a new poll by NOP. 44% of people will still turn down a product with genetically modified ingredients; however this is down 6% on those who responded to a similar survey conducted last year. Conversely, the number of people who will eat GM food is up by 2%, to 48%.
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