Vatican says biotech foods could stop hunger

10/4/2004 | International Herald Tribune

Catholic leaders are calling for fewer restrictions on genetically modified foods so poor nations can produce viable crops and feed themselves, citing the potential of biotechnology to reduce hunger in the world. At an international conference, scientists, farmers from developing nations, government officials and theologians agreed biotechnology could help countries produce more food with less land, hydration and chemicals.

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