There's good news and bad news about food safety in this week's issue of SN. Let's start with the good news: Members of a consumer panel seated during a convention about poultry marketing declared that they were generally confident about food-safety issues and -- more interesting -- had few qualms about product that might have been irradiated, or developed using biotechnology techniques. And the panelists said they had heard a little about the controversy swirling around such product ...

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