by Marion Nestle
Apr 9 2008

USDA keeps moratorium on cloned animals

The USDA says it has no intention of ending its recommended voluntary moratorium on introduction of meat and milk from cloned animals into the food supply. This continues to be an example of bizarre regulation. The government says it’s OK to eat such foods; it just thinks companies should not try to sell them. “Clone-free” labels, anyone?

  • 02suzukisv650s

    Well the anti-cloning activists have been beating the crap out of them–they’re probably just trying to calm things down a bit. Also it’s really the offspring of cloned animals that will produce meat and milk for the marketplace, so that voluntary moratorium is kinda moot.

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