FARMS growing both GM and traditional crops will find it extremely difficult to guarantee that non-GM varieties are not so contaminated with genetically modified material, they cannot be sold as standard food, a European Commission report has claimed. Under EU rules, traditional crops may not be more than one per cent GM.

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