Unilever, Nestle to drop GM ingredients from food products

Two of Britain's biggest food manufacturers, Unilever and Nestl‚, have announced that they will remove genetically modified (GM) ingredients from their proprietary food products wherever practicable. Their decisions indicate how the effect of public concern about GM foods is shifting back up the supply chain from supermarkets to the food industry. Meanwhile, Tesco has become the latest retailer to announce that it will try to eliminate GM ingredients from its own brand products.

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