OTTAWA -- The debate over genetically engineered food ingredients in Canada continues to crescendo. At press time, the Council of Canadians here had planned a cross-country picket of Loblaws stores on Sept. 8, protesting the retailer's policy regarding the labeling of GE-free foods. Earlier this year, a decision by the board of the Canadian Council of Grocery Distributors -- an association representing the interests of Canadian grocery marketers and distributors -- prohibited member stores ...
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