FDA Approves Cloned Meat for Consumption

It could be years before meat from cloned animals hits store shelves now that the Food and Drug Administration has given producers permission to sell it, but the milk from cloned offspring could hit the markets sooner. "The milk and meat for cattle, swine and goat clones are as safe to eat as the food we eat every day," said Randall Lutter of the FDA. Currently, only a few hundred clones exist, and they'll likely be used for just breeding. Some genetically modified food already is...Full Story
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