James Giese

It has been called the first recall of a U.S. food product containing a gene-modified ingredient not approved for human consumption. LABORATORY

The Food and Drug Administration announced on October 4, 2000 that it was officially recalling nearly 636,000 cases of Taco Bell brand taco shells sold in grocery stores. The agency announcement came nearly two weeks after Kraft Foods Inc., the manufacturer of the taco shells, launched its own voluntary recall of the product. The action was a Class 2 recall, define…

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