See this papaya?
See the little sticker?
What on earth does “Irradiated to protect the environment” even *mean*?
Why was my fruit subjected to radiation? Was it to kill any fruit fly larvae? 8 more words
OTTAWA – Health Canada is starting a 75-day consultation over a proposal to allow the irradiation of fresh and frozen ground beef as a food safety measure. 157 more words
EDMONTON – Health Canada will propose regulatory changes to Food and Drug Regulations next month that would allow the sale of irradiated ground beef in Canada. 149 more words
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has called for increased investment in radiation-induced mutation techniques that help in producing crop varieties with high yields and disease resistance, and can grow in stressful conditions such as drought, flood, and salinity. 355 more words
Published in The Hindu on April 3, 2006
Though India is the largest producer of mangoes in the world, export to the United States was not possible for many years because of stringent import regulations designed to prevent the entry of products carrying potential pests and diseases. 429 more words