UK: Supermarkets continue to stock Genetically Modified food
Betty Crocker "Bacos" product contains Genetically Modified soyaFurther to Sunday's reports about unapproved GM maize found in tortilla chips in UK supermarkets, additional investigation has revealed at least one product on UK supermarket shelves which still contains Genetically Modified soya.The product, "Bacos", is sold by Asda, Co-Op, Tesco, Safeway, Sainsbury's and Waitrose. Despite all of these supermarkets choosing not to use GM ingredients in their own brand products, they continue to stock this product on their shelves. Bacos is manufactured by General Mills, Minneapolis, USA, using Genetically Modified soya, in several forms, in the ingredients.
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