The Guardian – If you want to sample the world’s first animal to be genetically engineered in the name of dinner, good luck finding it. If, on the other hand, you would never eat such a thing – good luck avoiding it.
The Washington Post – Genetically modified salmon have been approved for sale in the US, but labeling complications have prevented them from coming to market. In Canada, however, five tons of genetically modified salmon filets have been sold so far.
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