THE UN's Food and Agricultural Organisation has published a series of papers illustrating the gains and benefits of developing genetically modified foodstuffs, including meat. It includes notes on unusual spin-off products, such as silk secretions from sheep udders, plus information on increasing meat yields, genetic markets and potential animal health threats.


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