Friday, December 19, 2003

Researchers at one of the most prestigious agricultural schools in the country said Thursday they shipped a small number of genetically engineered tomato seeds they thought were naturally grown to fellow scientists during the last seven years.

The University of California, Davis, said all the seeds were shipped exclusively for research purposes, and that there is no evidence the mistake ended up in food.

Even if the engineered tomato did inadvertently end up on the dinner table, school officials said the public would still not be at risk.

No, really, we still trust you. Please tell us what our diet should be like, or something.


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