Want Data On Modified Food

Regulators should more closely track the growth of genetically-modified crops in the nation, says an advocacy group opposed to the practice. A majority of soybeans and corn in Canada are engineered, while the Department of Agriculture has contemplated “plausible scenarios” for first-ever licensing of engineered wheat: “That is a problem”.

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