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'Three years after the Food and Drug Administration first hinted that it might permit the sale of milk and meat from cloned animals, prompting public reactions that ranged from curiosity to disgust, the agency is poised to endorse marketing of the mass-produced animals for public consumption.

The decision, expected by the end of this year, is based largely on new data indicating that milk and meat from cloned livestock and their offspring pose no unique risks to consumers.

"Our evaluation is that the food from cloned animals is as safe as the food we eat every day," said Stephen F. Sundlof, the FDA's chief of veterinary medicine, who has overseen the long-stalled risk assessment.'

...I hope this is some elaborate hoax.


double your head cheese, double your fun!


It's gonna be one of THOSE posts then, isn't it?

what do you call a cow with two legs?

Lean Beef.

What do you call a cow with three legs?

Extra Lean Beef.

What do you call a cow with no legs?

Ground Beef.

I didn't know cloned cows mooed in spanish.

German, too: möö

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