Posted February 17, 2018 06:11:23The Food and Drug Administration has banned the infant formula and infant food sold by several companies.
The ban comes after the FDA ordered food manufacturers to stop making infant formula containing genetically modified ingredients.
The FDA said that it was not enforcing the ban as the FDA was not required to do so by the Food and Consumer Protection Act.
The agency said it had not yet reviewed the final rule.
Food manufacturers, including Nestle, Kellogg, General Mills, Nestle and General Mills Inc., have been accused of using GMOs to increase food supply, increase profits, increase the food supply and protect profits.
The companies also have argued that the ban is needed to protect consumers.
The Food & Drug Administration announced in September that it would not enforce a federal law requiring food manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers and retailers-as well as the foods sold by many food manufacturers-to label ingredients.