USA: United Soybean Board research shows consumers not influenced by anti-biotechnology groups
ST. LOUIS/PRNewswire/ -- Despite prolific and vocal campaigning by anti-biotechnology activist groups against national food manufacturers and retailers, research conducted this year by the United Soybean Board (USB) demonstrates that a surprisingly low number of U.S. consumers are aware of activism related to biotechnology. These findings, part of USB's 2001-2002 Annual Report on Consumer Attitudes About Nutrition indicate that while the voices of the activist groups may be loud, few are accepting their message.
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