NEW YORK -- Statistics regarding the food industry's reliance on genetically modified soy beans may not accurately represent what is actually being produced by soy growers, said an industry expert during the 46th annual Fancy Food and Confection Show, sponsored by the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade, here. According to Dana Jacobi, long-time food-industry insider and author of The Natural Kitchen, Soy!, some of the most recent reports on soy crops claim that up to 57% of ...

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