IT'S TIME TO PUT GM FOODS ON CONSUMERS' RADAR SCREENS

One side benefit of a convention seminar program is that you can instantly gauge interest level in topics based on audience turnout. At a recent convention sponsored by the National Grocers Association, attendance for a seminar on genetically modified foods could be counted on one or two hands. It wasn't that the session lacked importance or useful information. Neither did it signify a lack of attendance

One side benefit of a convention seminar program is that you can instantly gauge interest level in topics based on audience turnout. At a recent convention sponsored by the National Grocers Association, attendance for a seminar on genetically modified foods could be counted on one or two hands. It wasn't that the session lacked importance or useful information. Neither did it signify a lack of attendance at the convention, which posted significantly higher visitor numbers with some standing-r

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