Scientists concerned about biotech ice cream

Scientists warn Unilever's plan to introduce a biotech ice cream in the U.K. could set off an "immunological time bomb," causing allergic reactions in children who consume the product. Authorities plan to rule this month on the safety of the ice cream, which is based on a protein that allows some fish to live in extremely cold water. The ice cream has been sold in the U.S. for three years and has been approved for sale in Australia, New Zealand, Chile, Indonesia, Mexico and the Philippines.

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