NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. -- A number of studies already show Americans are still confused about biotechnology. Now, a study planned by the Food Policy Institute at Rutgers University will poll retailers and others in the food industry to determine, among other things, what they think is going to happen now -- and how they think they should relate to the subject. FPI was among those that focused initial survey efforts on the general public's biotechnology attitudes. Commenting on its first study, ...

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