WASHINGTON (FNS) -- A Senate committee here last week examined the state of consumer confidence in biotech foods in the wake of Kraft Food's recent recall of taco shells that contained genetically modified corn not approved for human consumption. Observers said, however, that with Congress set to adjourn next month for the rest of the year, there isn't time or the inclination to vote on bills requiring genetically engineered food to be labeled. "The irony of this controversy is a growing ...
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