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BASF’s Amadea is Hot Potato

7:14 AM MDT | September 10, 2010 | Alex Scott

BASF says it has informed the European Commission that the company found “extremely small” quantities of its Amadea genetically modified (GM) potato plants growing in fields in northern Sweden. Amadea has yet to be approved for cultivation in the European Union (EU). BASF submitted an application recently to grow Amadea in the EU. The company says it discovered at the end of August that the Amadea plants were growing among BASF’s Amflora GM potato in the fields in Sweden. Amflora has been approved for cultivation in the EU. Less than 0.01% of...

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