Thomas Hoban, a professor of food science and sociology at North Carolina State University, says all the hubbub about StarLink corn — the type of biotech corn involved in the recent taco shell controversy — is unfounded. “StarLink, developed by the French-based drug company Aventis, is really no different from other corn, except for the addition of a gene that produces an insect-fighting protein,” says Hoban.

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