This sounds like some very interesting work. Their release describes the DNA technology they use like this. “Botanical DNA technology is a leading brand protection and anti- counterfeiting solution since it is based on authentication of the encoded DNA in a product through forensic analysis. Applied DNA Sciences technology protects products and brands, deters counterfeit and grey market activity and safeguards corporate investment and market share. Microscopic covert DNA markers can be integrated into products and packaging, in inks, paper, coatings, adhesives, thread, textiles, polymers, liquids, holograms and microchips.”
I think I see why we didn’t do a talking news release about this product! You try pronouncing these words.
I knew I should have bought that piece of property to hunt on a long time ago!
Want to learn how Monsanto is doing? Here’s your chance to find out directly.
I’m guessing that this is an attempt to be ahead of the curve publicly on the food safety issue as it relates to chemicals.
I’ve never met Leo Melamed but he sounds like an interesting guy.
This week we learn about a cooperative-owned publication from the man who reps it.
And another intern has been announced. Gotta love it when they send pictures.
The new corporate website for XS, Inc. is now up and running. Fulton Breen has been a pioneer in the use of e-commerce in agribusiness.
Okay. Somebody please explain what this means. I’ve been to the CME and I’ve reported on commodity futures prices for years.