World’s largest corn producer sues Syngenta over Chinese rejection of GMO corn

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Archer-Daniels-Midland Co., the world’s largest corn processor, sued Syngenta after China rejected its shipments of corn and products made from the grain because of a genetic modification.

ADM is alleging that Syngenta sold corn seed with traits not approved in all major export markets and didn’t take “reasonable stewardship practices” to stop the resulting crop from commingling or tainting the rest of the U.S. corn supply, the Chicago-based company said in a statement today.

Read the full, original article: ADM Sues Syngenta After Corn Shipments to China Rejected

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