IN NON-COMMERCIAL FOODSERVICE: What's next for biotech

Murray, Joan
June 1999
FoodService Director;06/15/99, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p36
Trade Publication
Forecasts the profitability of biotechnology in cooperation with foodservice operators in the United States. Comments from Frederick Miller, director of the McKinsey & Co.; Forecasts on the relationship between the supplier, grower, end-users and consumers; Adoption rate for soybeans and cotton crops grown from genetically engineered seed.


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