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Taking The Road Already Traveled

The anti-biotech activists at Genetic ID are making headlines again, reporting that they’ve found more taco shells with traces of genetically improved corn, this time in Safeway-brand taco shells. This comes as no real surprise, since, as the New York Times says, “Mission Foods, the Safeway supplier, is owned by the same Mexican company, Gruma S.A., that owns Azteca Milling. Azteca’s mill in Plainview, Tex., was determined to be the source of the corn flour used in the Kraft Tacos and the mill is also a supplier to Mission Foods.” So this is just the same story with a slightly different twist.

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