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Franken Follies

Activists are continuing to press on the international front to force the United States into labeling (or discontinuing the use of) genetically modified food despite repeated evidence of the food’s safety and benefits. As delegates negotiate an international Biosafety Protocol in Montreal, demonstrations are being led by “FrankenTony,” Greenpeace’s “genetically modified version of Kellogg’s Tony the Tiger.” A Greenpeace spokesman says, “The U.S. continues to be the main obstacle to a global agreement on biosafety. While other governments want protection from the dangers of GMOs [genetically modified organisms], the U.S. is trying to ensure that trade issues overrule environmental and consumer protection.”

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