Gerber Shuns Transgenic Foods

Sissell, Kara
August 1999
Chemical Week;8/11/1999, Vol. 161 Issue 30, p41
Trade Publication
Reports on Novartis subsidiary Gerber Products' move to eliminate suppliers of transgenic ingredients used in baby foods. Reasons for the move; Statement from Novartis.


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