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Fraudulent Food

Uh oh, another thing to worry about as you set off to the farmers’ market: you might not be buying what you bargained for. Food fraud is on the rise, with honey sweetened with corn syrup, catfish masquerading as red snapper and sheep’s milk cheese made of cow’s milk. New DNA techniques mean that dodgy farmers can be unmasked – and detection techniques are so simple that high school students can use them.
Read more in The Washington Post


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