The noise level surrounding genetically modified food ingredients seems to rise and fall quite a lot, for no evident reason. Last week was one of those times when noise increased from all directions. Actually, a few notes of music emerged from the cacophony last week when a long-pending lawsuit against the Food and Drug Administration was dismissed by a judge of U.S. District Court, Washington, D.C. Let's start at the beginning: In 1992, FDA issued a policy to the effect that GM ...

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