Survey: Most see no need for biotech info on food labels

A new survey shows very few Americans cite biotechnology as an information need on food labels. Neither are most consumers specifically trying to avoid purchasing foods with biotech ingredients. That’s good news for the U.S. crop industry, where bioengineered varieties dominate farm fields.

View the original article here: Survey: Most see no need for biotech info on food labels – Agri-View

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