Do we know enough about our food?
Meat from the offspring of a cloned cow was eaten in Britain last year, the Food Standards Agency has said. What is your reaction?
The FSA began an investigation after claims that a British farmer had admitted selling milk from a cow that had been bred from a clone.
Scientists have said that there are no known health risks from consuming food and drink sourced from cloned animals but public concern has been raised in relation to the use of biotechnology in food production.
Would you eat meat from a cloned animal? Are you concerned about where your food has come from? Does science play too great a part in food production?
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