Funny man gets serious about biotech ingredients

04/23/2003 | Chicago Sun-Times (free registration)

Actor Chevy Chase told Kraft Foods executives about his concerns over genetically modified ingredients in food and plant made pharmaceuticals. In the meeting, Kraft Foods' Chairman Louis Camilleri said federal regulators approved biotech ingredients for use in food, and that biotech products can have nutritional and environmental benefits. Camilleri agreed with Chase on the importance of segregating PMPs from the regular food supply.

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