Secret Documents Plot Feds’ Okay For Engineered Wheat

Introduction of engineered wheat is “inevitable” despite liability fears and consumer backlash, say confidential Agriculture Canada documents. Senior officials secretly drafted “plausible scenarios” for licensing the product, though a similar attempt a decade ago ended in protests that included a million-name petition from Japanese consumers. The documents were obtained through Access to Information: “It’s very troubling”.

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