Veneman: Biotech can help eliminate hunger

06/24/2003 | San Diego Union-Tribune

USDA Secretary Ann Veneman told attendees of an international biotechnology conference that genetically modified foods are key to reduce global hunger. But demonstrators say biotechnology isn't the answer to global food problems, criticizing the conference as a U.S. way to lower trade barriers. Click here to read the USDA release.

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