James N. Klapthor

University of Kentucky professor Clair Hicks supplied reporter Bill Hord of the Omaha World-Herald with insight on time-efficient tests of bio-engineered foods for the purpose of identification and labeling in the February 11 issue. “The consumer wants honesty in labeling,” Hicks was quoted in the article, “Food Industry Hungry for Biotech Tests.” And in Hicks’ opinion, organizations like Greenpeace that are opposed to genetically modified foods are driving the race to develop testing. “Their …

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