EU: Two GM cottonseed oils placed on EU market
The European Commission has announced that two cottonseed oils processed from genetically modified cotton are being placed on the European Union (EU) market. Brussels is taking no action against the imports as it says they are "indistinguishable from conventional cottonseed oils and can therefore be considered as being substantially equivalent to conventional cottonseed oils with respect to composition, nutritional value, metabolism, intended use and the level of undesirable substances that they contain."
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