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genetically engineered

adjective Recombinant, see there.
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Seven years later, the biotech industry is still ferociously resisting the labeling of 50 genetically engineered foods, despite over whelming public support for labeling.
Citizens must Call for Banning of Genetically Engineered Foods and Crops.
Europeans' strong opinions on genetically engineered food are heavily influenced by the "Pusztai affair," which was based on remarks and findings of a British senior scientist for the Rowett Research Institute in Scotland.
Consumers, farmers, and others in Europe and much of Asia are closely following the growing evidence for the health and environmental consequences of genetically engineered plants, animals and bacteria (known collectively as genetically modified organisms, or GMOs).
Walmart, which sells roughly 25% of all groceries in the United States, announced this summer that they would begin to sell unlabeled genetically engineered sweet corn produced by Monsanto.
The judge found that plaintiffs' concerns that genetically engineered alfalfa will contaminate natural and organic alfalfa were valid, including the possible development of "superweeds" that could follow commercial planting of genetically engineered alfalfa.
Pepsi, Hershey's bars, Campbell's soups, Progresso soups, Quaker rice cakes, frozen dinners by Swanson and Healthy Choice, and cereals by Kellog's and General Mills are among hundreds of products found to contain genetically engineered ingredients, according to tests conducted by Greenpeace for its "True Food Shopping List.
Greenpeace activists discovered an open-air field trial of rice genetically engineered with human genes in Surfer County, California.
grocery chain has dropped genetically engineered ingredients in response to a sustained consumer campaign.
Already, a few key genetically engineered crops--like cotton and soybeans--appear to be a great improvement over conventional crops.
Approximately 68 percent of all soybeans and 26 percent of all corn is genetically engineered in the United States, according to June statistics from the U.
Because of a mix-up they contain small quantities of a genetically engineered corn that has not yet been certified by the Food and Drug Administration for human consumption.

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