IOWA CITY, Iowa — The National Cooperative Grocers Association, a business services cooperative here representing 110 natural food co-ops nationwide, said it believes that a recent deregulation by the U.S. Department of Agriculture will enable farms to plant potentially harmful, genetically engineered sugar beet seeds. NCGA sent out a release in an attempt to let consumers know the potential negative impact on not only themselves, but also the environment and family farmers. "With the USDA ...

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