NORTHFIELD, Ill. -- Anti-biotech activists have declared war on Kraft Foods here, and supermarkets are their field of battle. The Genetically Engineered Food Alert, Washington, claimed to have held demonstrations in 170 cities on Feb. 6 to launch a campaign to get Kraft to remove genetically modified organisms from its products. Most of the protests were to be held at supermarkets, although at least one was at a Kraft facility in Tarrytown, N.Y. SN could not confirm the extent of the ...

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