A Mutant Rutabaga Is Still A Rutabaga
Genetic engineering promises a harvest of new foods, from rot-resistant tomatoes to healthier oils. But for years, the Food & Drug Administration couldn't decide how to regulate biotech grub. The central issue: Should gene-tinkered foods be appraised like traditional products, or do they require special scrutiny?
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