GM Food Found in Slovene Shops

Ljubljana, 11 June - Tests carried out by the Slovene Consumers' Association (ZPS) and the environmental NGO Umanotera have revealed that 40 percent of all tested samples contained genetically modified organisms (GMO). As the ZPS head Breda Kutin told a Tuesday's press conference, GMOs were found even in the products labelled as not containing GMOs, which is a clear violation of two basic consumer rights, namely the right to be informed and the right to choose.

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