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China corn farms already tainted by GM seeds

Greenpeace report may generate further distrust of the government's ability to ensure a safe food supply

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Farmers are illegally growing genetically modified corn in China's north-east, said environmental non-profit Greenpeace on Wednesday, in a report that may generate further distrust of the government's ability to ensure a safe food supply.

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FARMERS are illegally growing genetically modified corn in China's north-east, said environmental non-profit Greenpeace on Wednesday, in a report that may generate further distrust of the government's ability to ensure a safe food supply.

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