Brave New Food

Lamb, Marquerite; Martin, Sam; Mather, Mort; Scanlon, Matt; Seeber, Michael
April 2000
Mother Earth News;Apr/May2000, Issue 179, p54
Deals with issues surrounding genetically modified (GM) foods. Background information on genetically engineered plants; Concerns aired over GM foods; Factors influencing the differences between GM and non-GM foods. INSETS: Congress Steps In;The Biosafety Protocol;Fish Stories.


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