EU Rejects Cloned 'Food' Animals
An Animal Rights Article from


American Anti-Vivisection Society (AAVS)
May 2010

May 2010) a European Union Parliamentary Committee rejected a plan to allow food from cloned animals and their offspring into the food industry.

With a vote of 42 for and 2 against, the Environment Committee sent a strong message that this use of technology is unwelcome. Bert Staes, a Green MEP, stated, “Cloning causes unnecessary harm to animals, while its long term health risks have not been sufficiently assessed.”

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