WASHINGTON -- The Food and Drug Administration here released last week a list of the more than 300 products manufactured by Mission Foods, Dallas, that were recalled last month because of concern they might contain a form of genetically modified corn, marketed under the name StarLink, that has been approved by the FDA for use in animal feed but not for human consumption. leading supermarket companies, including Albertson's, Bashas', Food Lion, Fred Meyer, Kroger, Minyard, Roundy's, Safeway, ...

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