American food manufacturers and retailers have fewer fans in Europe these days. It seems the Americans are criticized for a host of issues plaguing the international food business. This includes the 24/7-store-operating-hour culture that America helped export to the horror of some European countries. It also includes the growth of the genetically modified foods business, which has flourished without much friction in the U.S. but has encountered massive resistance from consumers in many ...
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