UK: Tesco accused of ‘breaking promises’ on GM feed

| June 27, 2013
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Anti-GM group GM Freeze have accused Tesco of breaking a promise to phase out GM animal feed, thereby ‘breaking commitments made in the company’s social responsibility report.’

In 1999 Tesco wrote to its suppliers stating the company was aiming for the “complete elimination of GM ingredients from animal feed” and the phase was reiterated in 2001.

But Tesco said their suppliers found it increasingly difficult to guarantee that the feed they use is entirely GM-free.

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