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Date: Wed, 14 Jan 1998 05:19:28 -0700
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Peter M. Ligotti)
This information on products which are genetically engineered,
foods which may be genetically engineered, and companies
involved in genetic engineering was compiled by Irene Archer
from information found on the genetic engineering
mailing list and other sources. Some of the information
may apply to Canada and some to the US or both.
The following information in this catagory is not about
genetic engineering but is for vegetarians to note:
A & D vitamins can contain emulsifiers from Pork
Apple juice which is clarified contains gelatin
Beta Carotene contain lard or gelatin in processing
D3 has sheep lanolin used in the process
L cysteine is made from Human Hair
Lactose may contain pork rennin or whey in processing
COMPANIES INVOLVED IN GENETIC ENGINEERING
DNA Plant Tech.
Plant Genetic Systems
Cornell University is involved
Hawaii University is involved
BRAND NAME PRODUCTS WHICH MAY BE (OR ARE) GENETICALLY ENGINEERED OR CONTAIN
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED INGREDIENTS
Green Giant Harvest Burgers
Karo Corn Syrup
Kraft Salad Dressings
McDonalds French Fries
Quaker Oats corn meal
Roundup Ready Soybeans
Similac Infant Formula
FOODS WHICH MAY BE GENETICALLY ENGINEERED OR CONTAIN GENETICALLY ENGINEERED
[Note: Organically-grown ingredients are free of genetic engineering.]
Amylase is used in making bread, flour, whole wheat flour, cereals, starch,
glucose syrup, cider, wine, beer etc.
Baking powder - additives in processing
Bread - soy in
Catalase is used in making soft drinks, egg albumen, liquid whey
Cereals - soy in
Food Supplements - yeast in
Fruit juices may be processed with genetically engineered products
Ice Cream - soy in etc.
Pasta - soy in
Soft Drinks - in the processing or corn syrup
Soy Products like soy sauce, burgers, frankfurters, powders etc.
Sugar - in the processing
GENETICALLY ENGINEERED PRODUCE BEING FIELD TESTED (Not on the market yet)