London, Entrepreneur of livestock in the Americas, Europe, Asia and even now many who developed the cloning technique (doubling the gene that produces the same instance). New research reveals the consumption of milk and meat from cloned animals as safe as regular animals.
Cloning is done by imitating (duplicate) DNA extracted from the original animal. So animals are produced without fertilization of sperm and ovum as usual. How to create embryos outside the body and then inserted into the animals then give birth normally.
Recent investigation by The Advisory Committee on Novel Foods and Processes (ACNFP) in August 2010 found the milk and meat from cloned cows as safe descent with ordinary cattle.
Milk and meat are known to have many cloned livestock sold in stores in Europe such as Britain. So far, Europe is a very tight area to allow the sale of food and livestock clones or transgenic.
“ACNFP has confirmed that meat and milk from cloned livestock and their offspring do not show substantial differences with the meat and milk produced conventionally because there was no food safety risk,” said Andrew Wadge, chief researcher of the Food Standards Agency (FSA).
FSA will discuss the ACNFP’s conclusions on the results of the discussion next December will be recommended to the British government whether to allow sales of dairy and beef cattle cloning or not.
But the instigators of the organic remains of plants and animals to question the ethics of cloning livestock consumption. They still question how engineering techniques would be no impact.
Cloned or transgenic techniques can indeed increase food production and livestock. But for the conventional, food or livestock consumption is considered unethical engineering both from the normal social and religious.
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