In search of Quality Food

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For 10 years the Georgian government has been trying to adopt a law that would regulate food safety and quality. Outdated, falsified, and genetically modified products with insufficient labeling are quite common in Georgian markets. Professional labs in Georgia are unable to test for unsaturated fats, artificial coloring and food additives. The food we consume is sometimes hazardous to health — and even life-threatening.

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