Mexico's Decision on Corn May Affect Ohio Farmers
Genetically-modified corn could have potential health impacts
Ohio farmers may look to grow different crops and sell them to different markets after the Mexican government announced it will stop importing certain U.S.-grown corn.
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said the decision is based on the potential health impacts of consuming genetically-modified corn.
Meanwhile, the United States Trade Representative said it is requesting formal talks with the Mexican government to resolve the issue.
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