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LIMA (AFP) – Peru's capital Lima declared itself a "GMO-free zone" in a municipal ordinance in response to a controversial government decree that critics feared would see the country flooded with genetically modified organisms.
The city council, lead by Mayor Susana Villaran, officially declared the city of eight million a "territory free of transgenic and genetically modified organisms," to protect the population's health and preserve biodiversity and the environment.