DALLAS — Adding a significant new wrinkle to the debate over the commercial viability of meat and milk sourced from cloned animals, Dean Foods, the nation's largest dairy producer, has said it will not accept milk from cloned cows, regardless of the Food and Drug Administration's pending policy statement on whether these foods will require special labeling. “Based on the desire of our customers and consumers, Dean Foods will not accept milk from cows that have been cloned,” the company ...

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