Altered food escapes


Foods in Europe containing genetically modified organisms will have to be labelled only when the altered DNA—or proteins from it—can be detected. The European Commission last week agreed to redraft its proposals, dropping the requirement that foods are labelled “may contain” GMOs when their presence is uncertain. Only “does contain” or “does not contain” labels will be allowed. All European Union members except Denmark, Sweden and Italy wanted the change. But the environmental group Greenpeace claims that because tests are unreliable and food additives are excluded,
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