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U.K. Survey Finds That GM Soy Probably Used To Feed Animals Used In Food Products

March 21, 2011: 11:21 PM EST
A survey of leading grocery brands conducted by U.K. newspaper the Daily Telegraph has found that many imported food products probably contain ingredients produced from animals fed with genetically modified soy. According to the newspaper, the survey asked whether brands could assure consumers that their products contained no ingredients from animals fed with genetically modified soy. Responses indicated that unless the product was guaranteed organic, there was no assurance that GM soy was not used. Britain imports three million tons of soy each year, much of which is GM. Supermarkets and food manufacturers are required to state on the label if a product contains GM ingredients. They are not required, however, to state whether GM products were used early in the food chain.
Louise Gray, "Shoppers kept in dark over GM ingredients", Telegraph,UK, March 21, 2011, © Telegraph Media Group
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