September 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;9/25/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 36, p11
Trade Publication
This article focuses on the contamination of European rice with unauthorized genetically modified rice strain, Bayer CropScience's LL601. The genetically modified rice strain had been inadvertently released in the U.S. and exported to Europe. Environmental group Friends of the Earth warned that the rice strain is not safe for human consumption.


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