UK: Supermarkets ban meat reared on GM crops
The fledging biotechnology industry is reeling from another blow this week as a number of prominent UK supermarket chains have announced that they are refusing to sell meat and dairy products from animals that have been fed on GM crops. Many retailers have already banned GM material entering their products directly, but this is the first time that consideration has been given to the indirect arrival of GM crops to the market shelves.
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