Would you please also cite your source for the "62% market share". The
pro-GE hype at the farmjournal.com site says that the Europeans are so
anti-GE because they've lost faith in their govt. to protect them and their
food sources (Mad cow disease, etc.) And your figure doesn't seem to jive
with the overseas attitude towards designer foods...
From: Steve Groff <email@example.com>
To: Maroc <firstname.lastname@example.org>; email@example.com
Date: Tuesday, February 09, 1999 9:25 AM
Subject: Re: labeling GE products
>> Zeneca Ag Products has a genetically engineered tomato product on the
>> that is clearly labeled as having GE ingredients, in England. That
>> 62% of the market share. One factor that might influence this is that
>> parent Company is from England.
>> Steve Groff
>Sorry I didn't clarify this. The *product* is canned tomato paste sitting
>store shelf with a bright yellow inscription the says, "These tomatoes are
>genetically engineered". This might not be the same exact wording, but it
>clear. I saw the label. The point is... the consumer knew they were buying
>genetically engineered product.
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