USA: StarLink still cropping up in wrong places but are tests inconclusive?
IRVING, Texas - StarLink corn may end up mutating the worldview of genetically engineered food - possibly without ever making anyone sick and without today's science confirming its presence in anybody's food. British and U.S. specialists in genetic analysis have warned that current technology still doesn't ensure accurate results from tests to detect ultra-microscopic levels of genetically modified (GM) ingredients in foods.
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