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USDA’s biotechnology disclosure rule confuses industry, consumers, panel says

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USDA’s policy of requiring labels for refined foods from GM crops only if genetically modified material is detectable sets up a moving target that will prove vexing for food companies, particularly without further USDA guidance, warned Martin Hahn, partner with Hogan Lovells.

 

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