GENEVA — During the annual Codex Alimentarius Commission summit here this week, the U.S. delegation dropped its opposition to genetically modified (GM) labelling guidance document, agreed to by regulators from more than 100 countries, according to a report on the website of the Groundswell Project, a group opposed to genetically modified foods. The U.S. move was described as "a striking reversal of their previous position" by the website. The new Codex agreement means that any country ...

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