A couple weeks ago, in this editorial space, I offered the opinion that the sale of food product manufactured with non-authorized genetically modified ingredients "simply cannot be repeated." That opinion was in the spirit that if the recall of corn-based products containing non-authorized ingredients was adroitly accomplished, it might soon pass from consumers' orbit of concern and little harm would come to vendors, retailers or the entire scientific process in back of genetically modified ...

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