September 11, 1998
For many of your favorite foods, the future has arrived. Genetic engineering, long the focus of anticipation and discussion in American agriculture, entered the realm of reality in a big way in 1998. The fact is that if in the past year you've topped a sandwich with cheese, gobbled down a bowl of cereal, or guzzled a soft drink, chances are that you've eaten foods from genetically modified crops.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- For many of your favorite foods, the future has arrived.
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