UK Supermarkets Slammed Over Changes In GM Feed Requirements

(Last Updated On: October 30, 2017)

Following announcements in the UK from M&S, Sainsbury’s, Co-Op and Tesco that they will no longer require that the farm animals in their supply chains are fed a non GM diet, Peter Melchett, Policy Director of the Soil Association said:

Consumers should have the right to know if they are eating products from animals fed on a GM diet. Currently, British people don’t have that choice. Supermarkets are choosing to hide the presence of GM animal feed and GM DNA in milk and meat by deliberately not labelling products from animals fed on a GM diet. What have UK supermarkets got to hide?

Peter Melchett
The Soil Association

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Thanks to The Institute For Responsible Technology, for alerting me to this article.

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