A Kentucky farm filed a GMO corn seed lawsuit against Syngenta. A Swiss biotech giant, Syngenta is the target of late in many GMO corn lawsuits, since the company brought to market a GMO corn seed―Agrisure Viptera, or MIR 162―without winning approval from a major U.S. trading partner, China.
According to the legal news website, Top Class Actions, the Kentucky farm, Moss Farms, didn’t directly grow corn using Syngenta MIR 162 seeds; rather, nearby farms growing corn from MIR 162 seeds most likely contaminated the corn crop of Moss Farms through cross-pollination.
Unfortunately, for many U.S. corn growers and distributors, cross-pollination of non-GMO corn―or GMO corn approved for import in China and other trading partners―has led to serious financial loss.
If you have experienced financial losses resulting from cross-pollination with MIR 162 corn, we encourage you to explore your legal options now.
Carey Danis & Lowe is currently investigating GMO corn seed lawsuits, and is offering free case evaluations. During our case evaluations, we guide you through your compensation eligibility, and how to file a GMO corn lawsuit.
Contact our law firm today by calling 800.721.2519, or complete a confidential claim form. We look forward to offering you any assistance that we can.
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References: Consumer protection, GMO, Product Liability