The acceptance of genetically modified foods in China faces resistance from a public scarred by scandals involving tainted milk and fruit
China aims to become a huge player in genetically modified food in order to bolster the nation's agricultural production, but the Chinese public holds serious concerns about safety after G.M.O.-related scandals, including the death of six babies due to tainted milk.
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