The Food and Drug Administration last week issued guidelines on how retailers and food processors can label milk and milk products they claim are free of the genetically engineered growth hormone BST. The guidelines, published in the Federal Register, were issued in the midst of growing controversy among retailers about how to handle the consumer-sensitive issue of milk containing the synthetic hormone, which can be legally marketed as of this month. Retailers have enacted widely different ...

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