Attack of the mutant rice

America's rice farmers didn't want to grow genetically engineered rice. Their customers in Europe did not want to buy it. So how did it end up in our food?

Regulators told the Hornbecks and other farmers that they could not sell their Clearfield 131 rice for planting.





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