Despite consumer concerns about genetically engineered food, especially in Europe and Japan, the biotech industry believes it has nearly won the battle to make the foods ubiquitous. The U.S., Brazil, and Argentina account for about 90 percent of the world’s corn and soybean exports, and the U.S. and Argentina now ship mostly genetically engineered varieties. Enviros in Brazil are protesting the technology, but industry officials expect the country to allow the use of genetically engineered seed soon. If Brazil gives the go-ahead to biotech, Europe and Asia would have a hard time finding any large supplies of nonbiotech soy and corn.