NETHERLANDS: Unilever claims Magnum ice cream is GM-free
Anglo-Dutch consumer goods giant Unilever stressed today [Friday] that its Magnum ice cream product does not contain genetically modified soya. The move came in response to allegations by Dutch European Parliament member Alexander de Roo that Magnum contained genetically altered soya. De Roo was speaking during a vote on the labelling of genetically modified organisms (GMO) (for more information on that vote, click
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