WASHINGTON — A number of consumer groups and natural food companies have expressed dismay at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s decision this week to declare that meat and milk sourced from cloned animals and their offspring are safe for human consumption. In a statement released yesterday, Robynn Shrader, chief executive officer of the National Cooperative Grocer’s Association, said, “We feel this ruling is geared toward the interests of the industrial food manufacturers and marketers ...

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