DNA Testing for Food

In the wake of the horse meat scandal, European authorities are asking for meat samples to undergo DNA testing to detect any contamination, but, as the Wall Street Journal reports, testing may not prevent another incident. Testing, it adds, may not catch all contaminants, and it is expensive.

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