食品行业法律监管

Long before Beyond Meat was found in 2009 and Impossible was launched in 2015, China already had Gong Delin (功德林) a brand born in 1922 and producing noodles with mock meats. Aimed at Buddhists, or the curious, Gong Delin and others of its ilk have been passing off tofu as meat for almost 100 years. The writer recalls visiting in early 1990s and being harangued whether one could tell the difference between mock duck and real duck. Spoiler alert – a valiant effort but no duck.
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Generally speaking, transgenic technologies refer to use of DNA recombination, transformation and other technologies to transfer specific exogenous target genes to the recipient organism, so as to achieve predictable and directional genetic changes. At present, transgenic technologies have been widely used in many fields such as industrial, agricultural, fishery, animal husbandry, medical, environmental protection, etc.
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