USA: US to approve GM plants in human food
Under proposed rules announced by the Federal administration, small amounts of genetically modified plants will be permissible in human food. The proposal, by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, says cross-breeding of regular and approved genetically modified plants should be kept to a minimum, but "intermittent, low levels of biotechnology-derived genes and gene products from such field tests could be found acceptable".
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