Can't eat, won't eat

December 24, 1999

A sneak preview of next year's news stories

The campaign against genetically modified crops is to be extended to all food.

Protesters launched the "Don't eat dinner" action after receiving documents showing that multinational corporations also make profits from non-GM products.

Some supermarkets plan to pull all food from their shelves, while campaigners are seeking a five-year meal moratorium to allow for safety trials.

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