No genetically modified corn for bees, EU says

The European Union's highest court on Tuesday ruled that honey which contains trace amounts of pollen from genetically modified (GM) corn must be labeled as GM produce and undergo full safety authorization before it can be sold as food. In what green groups are calling a "groundbreaking" ruling, the decision could force the EU to strengthen its already near-zero tolerance policy on genetically modified organisms.
Some say the U.S. should take the same stance. Do you agree?

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