Feds investigating Monsanto over safety of genetically engineered corn

Farming and agriculture are a growing industry.

So are the genetically modified crops we’re growing, and we’re not alone.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and its European counterpart, the European Medicines Agency (EMA), are investigating Monsanto for allegedly misleading the public about the safety of its genetically engineered (GE) corn.

The FDA and the EMA are investigating the safety and effectiveness of the genetically engineered crop as a whole, but the corn itself is not a GE crop.

The GMO corn is called GE corn, but it’s not really GE corn at all.

Rather, it is a new, genetically modified (GE)-based variety of corn that has been engineered to be more tolerant of pests and diseases.

The GE corn contains the same corn genetic sequence as the conventional variety.

In fact, it contains many of the same traits that are found in the corn we grow in the U.K. and the U