Monday, February 12, 2007

Cloned Animals

With the advent of cloned livestock, yet another biotech science experiment may soon find its way to the American dinner table. In December 2006, the FDA essentially told the public that the meat and milk from cloned livestock are safe for human consumption. FDA's action flies in the face of widespread scientific concern about the risks of food from clones, and ignores the animal cruelty and troubling ethical concerns that the cloning process brings. What's worse, FDA indicates that it will not require labeling on cloned food, so consumers will have no way to avoid these experimental foods.

A public comment period is open now through April 2 -
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