No need to label cloned meat says FSA

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the Food Standards Authority has declared that meat and milk from the offspring of cloned animals should be sold freely in Britain without being labelled.

The FSA seems to have very little regard for consumer awareness.

The Daily Telegraph (8 December, front page)
Daily Mail (8 December, p.8)

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2 Responses to “No need to label cloned meat says FSA”

  1. anon Says:

    Clone is just a scary word for “identical twin”. Seriously, that is all a clone is.

  2. Ben Says:

    Damn right. I don’t want to go near that rubbish, I’m outraged at how they are not labelling on products. Clearly they are aware of the reception they would receive, and there must be some financial perks in this for the FSA. And for the farmers of course. Who are all respectable ethical scientists with no self interests at heart no?? NO.

    “Clone is just a scary word for “identical twin”. Seriously, that is all a clone is.”

    This is incredibly dumb. A clone is an identical twin produced unnaturally. I believe in the idea that you are what you eat. i.e. natural is best.

    Science is good in appropriate doses, but this is too far. I never gave them my permission to be used as a guinea pig. No one else did either.

    What happened to the democratic procedure?

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