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FMI Foundation to study consumer understanding of gene editing

First study looked at consumer attitudes about cage-free eggs, slow-growth broilers

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The Food Marketing Institute (FMI) Foundation is studying consumer attitudes to gene-edited foods, in hopes of gaining insight on how to educate consumers about the emerging food sector.

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