Public interest group says Kraft cutting back on GM ingredients, company denies it

10/29/2003 | Chicago Sun-Times (free registration)

The Genetically Engineered Food Alert coalition says Kraft has reduced the amount of genetically-modified corn in four of its products to avoid new labeling laws taking effect in Europe next year. Kraft says it is not changing the amount of GM ingredients it uses because it believes such ingredients are safe.

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