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StarLink Genetically Engineered Corn in the Food Supply - chronology

Friends of the Earth International, February 2005: Sequence of events regarding the introduction of StarLink's genetically engineered corn into mainstream food supply after it was approved only for animal consumption in April 1998. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) refused to approve StarLink for human consumption due to scientific concerns that it could trigger food allergies (Washington Post)

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