May 31, 2013

America facing wheat export crisis as Europe and Japan lead the way in rejecting genetically modified crops

Unapproved genetically modified wheat has been discovered growing in the United States.

The revelation is threatening the outlook for U.S. exports of the world's biggest traded food commodity, with importers keenly aware of consumer sensitivity to gene-altered food. Read more.

Daily Mail

Related,
Japan halts some U.S. imports after modified wheat found - Japan Today
- Japan and South Korea Bar Imports of U.S. Wheat (video) - NY Times

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