GMOs increasingly discovered in non-GM trade says FAO
Thursday March 13 2014
Low levels of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are increasingly being found in traded food and feed not labelled as such, as global production of GM crops ramps up, the UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has found.
The incidents of contamination have led to trade disruptions between countries with shipments of grain, cereal and other crops being blocked by importing countries and destroyed or returned to the country of origin, said the FAO.
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