StarLink Genetically Modified Corn

StarLink Genetically Modified Corn Contamination

In late 2000, the “StarLink” brand of genetically-modified corn, which had been licensed by the Federal government only for the growing of corn used for animal feed and industrial purposes (such as the growing of corn for manufacturing ethanol), was found to have entered the U.S. food chain. Seeger Weiss helped secure a $110 million nationwide settlement on behalf of farmers.


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