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The use of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in the production of drinks has so far been a less controversial subject than their use in food products. But, as Mark Rowe found out, with recent changes in EU labelling legislation, consumers may well be seeing the GM tag appearing more often on drinks which is likely to heighten the debate.


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