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Agricultural Biotechnology Addresses Consumer Demands for Healthier Foods
Date:5/6/2010

Next-Generation Biotech Traits will Provide Benefits for Farmers and Consumers

Chicago, IL (Vocus) May 6, 2010 -- Biotechnology can play a role in meeting the demand for healthier food and the first products with direct consumer benefit are moving closer to the marketplace, industry experts said at the annual BIO International conference today.

“Biotechnology provides a tool for food companies to address consumer needs and wants and enhance the nutritional components of the foods we all enjoy,” said Mary Lee Chin, MS, RD, and president of Nutrition Edge Communications and Healthy Traits.

Chin and others on a panel addressing biotech products with direct consumer benefits discussed biotech traits such as Plenish™ high oleic soybean oil from Pioneer Hi-Bred, a DuPont business, as well as work being done to improve the nutritional status of staple crops in the developing world.

“We have an incredible opportunity to address both the quality and quantity of the food supply,” said Susan Knowlton, DuPont research scientist.

“Plenish™ high oleic soybeans, which are expected to receive U.S. regulatory approval later this year, contains more than 75 percent oleic acid, the highest of any soybean product under commercial development,” said Knowlton.

Higher levels of high oleic acid significantly increases the stability of the oil and eliminates the need for hydrogenation, which creates trans fat. Plenish™ high
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