LONDON -- J. Sainsbury here has established an international consortium of food retailers to eliminate all genetically modified ingredients from their private-label food products. The consortium also includes Marks & Spencer, Carrefour of France, Superquinn of Ireland, Delhaize (LeLion) of Belgium, Migros of Switzerland and Effelunga of Italy. The consortium has arisen against a backdrop of continuing controversy over genetically modified foods. Most other U.K. food retailers, such as ...
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