What Should We Know Cloned Food?

by Laura Ellis on March 25, 2008

Tuesday, March 25, 2008
What Should We Know about Cloned Food?
The FDA recently declared cloned goats, pigs and cows safe for consumption, but 60% of Americans want labels for food with cloned ingredients. At $20,000 a calf, cloned cattle won’t be mainstream for years, but costs will fall as farmers are drawn to benefits like disease-resistant herds and high-quality meat. Should we be worried? How do you clone a cow? Would you eat Dolly or one of her cloned brethren? Join us Tuesday when we discuss the future of cloned foods.


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