As many premium markets firm up on their unwillingness to accept even a trace of genetically modified content in food, New Zealand’s ability to meet this demand has quietly taken two important steps forward.

There is both a new means to screen out GM contamination in seed imports and new international rules which the Government has decided to adopt that will assist with such GM-related risks.

Simon Terry, in NZ Herald, 29 September 2004

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