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Greenpeace: Genetically altered rice in Budweiser

Brewer calls group's report a retaliation

By Diedtra Henderson
Globe Staff / October 9, 2007

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Rice used by Anheuser-Busch Cos. to brew Budweiser beer is tainted with an experimental, genetically engineered rice strain, according to an analysis released yesterday by the environmental organization Greenpeace. Three of four samples of unprocessed rice from the beer maker's mill in Arkansas showed the presence of the strain, Bayer LL601, Greenpeace said. (Full article: 433 words)

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