A laboratory analysis has revealed that unlabeled genetically modified foods are being sold in Croatian grocery stores.23 February 2004 ZAGREB, Croatia–On 13 February, the head of the Bureau of Public Health of Osijek-Baranja County dropped a bombshell by announcing that food products containing unlabeled genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are being sold in Croatian grocery stores. […]

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