A study conducted by US federal food scientists has
concluded that meat and milk from cloned animals and their offspring is safe to
The study concluded that cloned meat and milk should be allowed into the
food supply chain without any special labeling indicating that it's
wrote the paper, Larisa Rudenko and John C Matheson, said that products from
cloned animals should be treated no differently to other food.
They said in a report in the 1 January edition of Theriogenology
that, "All of the studies indicate that the
composition of meat and milk from clones is within the compositional ranges of
meat and milk consumed in the US".
Andrew Kimbrell, executive director of the nonprofit Center for Food
in Washington, said that their conclusions were a â€œrush to
judgementâ€, considering the concern amongst the public about cloning.
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