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Chris Clayton DTN Ag Policy Editor
Mon Jul 29, 2013 09:38 AM CDT

In an acknowledgement that biotech companies have done a poor job of communicating about biotech crops, major biotech firms such as Monsanto, Bayer CropScience, DuPont and Syngenta have come together to create a new website seeking to answer questions about biotech crops.

As first reported Sunday in the New York Times, the website is GMOAnswers.com

The website states that genetically modified organisms are a major topic with a wide range of both questions and emotions. GMOAnswers was created to better respond to questions and lay out facts from the industry. As the website states, "This website is the beginning of ...

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