2003N-0573 Draft Animal Cloning Risk Assessment
FDA Comment Number : EC465
Submitter : Mr. Henry Immanuel Date & Time: 01/03/2007 03:01:47
Organization : Mr. Henry Immanuel
Category : Individual Consumer
Issue Areas/Comments
Labels clearly defining the product is the most important way the consumer has to purchase in an educated manner. What they deem to be the product of their choice, should be clearly marked and labeled to reflect the manner in which it was grown: for example: grass fed, organic, cloned, stock yard raised....etc., I believe that labels should give more details and not less. The public is educated, and knowing more info about animals raised for consumption should be their right and should be freely given. As processed foods have labels, raising livestock should have the same kind of information given to the public: cloned, DNA altered....etc, should be clearly presented on each and everyone of the meat products sold in this county. Needless to say if this labeling process does not occur than I would be 100% against incorporating cloned animals into the market for human and animal consumption. Dec 29, 2006: Henry Immanuel