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And we’re not talking about trifling amounts here. In November and December, the country rejected more than 600,000 tons of American corn that had been genetically modified.
It’s hard to conceptualize that much corn, but it works out to more than a dozen shipments, or nearly a third of the corn shipped from the U.S. to China this year. Another way to think about it: The rejected shipments weighed more than 100,000 elephants.