UK: UK supermarkets united in continued opposition to GM foods and ingredients, says gmfoodnews.com
gmfoodnews.com has carried out a survey of UK supermarkets for their position on genetically modified (GM) food and ingredients for 2002. The results show that opposition to GM foods is as strong as it was in 1999, when supermarkets removed GM foods and ingredients from their shelves. Just as in 1999, no UK supermarket includes GM food or ingredients in their own-brand products.
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