The Grocery Manufacturers Association, Washington, is not opposed to all ethanol-based fuel, just that derived from corn, which it believes drives up food prices. Instead, GMA favors the development of alternative sources of ethanol — the so-called advanced biofuels, said Geoffrey Moody, GMA's manager of federal affairs. This includes cellulosic ethanol derived from wood, grasses or the non-edible parts of plants, as well as ethanol made from algae and other sources. To that end, the GMA ...

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