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Impossible Burger blowback: Will irrational fears of biotechnology block introduction of sustainable foods?

San Francisco Chronicle | 
Two entities that seem like they should be on the same page — a coalition of environmental groups and a ...
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21st century veggie burger: ‘Bloody-pink and fleshy’ thanks to genetic engineering

San Francisco Chronicle | 
The 20th century veggie burger was a beige patty packed with whole grains and carrot chunks, sold in a brown ...
Organic and conventional farmers lambaste non-GMO milk label

Organic and conventional farmers lambaste non-GMO milk label

San Francisco Chronicle | 
There’s a new food category that is gaining popularity with shoppers, but that’s also becoming an enemy of farmers — ...
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Clover Dairy to begin marketing conventional milk produced with non-GMO feed

San Francisco Chronicle | 
For grocery shoppers who want to avoid genetically engineered ingredients, the only milk they can buy is organic — usually ...
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