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#1470951 --- 05/15/15 11:25 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Our Truth about GMO's series continues with Thierry Vrain, a former genetic engineer and soil biologist with Agriculture Canada, and former supporter of GMO's, who is now anti-GMO's.

http://www.valleynewslive.com/news/pov/headlines/The-Truth-about-GMOs-Thierry-Vrain-303833151.html
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#1470952 --- 05/15/15 11:34 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Dow Chemical Shareholder Meeting by Zen Honeycutt

May 14, 2014

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrEqEgwg4hc&feature=youtu.be
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#1470955 --- 05/15/15 12:10 PM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Ban Monsanto’s toxic Roundup herbicide on federal land

https://www.credomobilize.com/petitions/...time=1431697409
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#1470958 --- 05/15/15 12:21 PM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Via MIT Scientist Stephanie Seneff

"Where have these guys been?"

Scientists get together to talk about the autism-microbiome link. The gut-brain connection is a key factor in maintaining health, and researchers are finally taking notice!

http://ow.ly/MOF1x
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#1470978 --- 05/15/15 09:30 PM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Our success would not be possible without the interest, involvement and support of individuals like you. Your gift will ensure we get our message out to millions more each month. Working together, we can end the genetic engineering and chemical application of our food supply.

https://org2.salsalabs.com/o/6236/p/salsa/donation/common/public/?donate_page_KEY=3143
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#1470979 --- 05/15/15 09:39 PM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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EPA finally issued its long-awaited response (five years!) to a Citizen Petition filed by Beyond Pesticides and Food & Water Watch, denying the request to cancel registered products that contain the antibacterial pesticide triclosan, often sold under the trade name microban.

May 15, 2015

http://www.beyondpesticides.org/dailynewsblog/?p=15654
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#1470980 --- 05/15/15 09:51 PM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Hawaii’s Gary Hooser Takes on Syngenta in Switzerland

May 13, 2015 by Carol Grieve'

Hooser’s message to the Syngenta Shareholders and their Board of Directors was this: honor the laws of Hawaii and drop their lawsuit against Bill 2491; stop spraying their chemicals such as Atrazine and Paraquat that are banned in many other countries including Switzerland; and to offer Kauai and all Hawaii the same respect and protection that is afforded to the residents of Switzerland. Hooser also delivered a Petition which had over 7,000 signatures to the government of Switzerland and Syngenta.

kauai polutionKauai’s population, which is around 65,000, has been called “Ground Zero” because it is a GE testing ground to four chemical companies, including Dow, BASF, DuPont Pioneer, and Syngenta. Hooser stated that over half of the island’s population can’t avoid driving by these test fields daily and that they are spraying these toxic chemicals within 100 feet of schools and hospitals. Many residents are reporting health issues. The bigger concern is what will happen after years of this toxic spraying?

http://foodintegritynow.org/2015/05/13/hawaiis-gary-hooser-takes-on-syngenta-in-switzerland/
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#1470981 --- 05/15/15 10:26 PM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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The Cornucopia Institute

The Communications and Development Assistant will assist with Cornucopia’s many communications (reports, newsletters, infographics, etc.) as well as the organization’s revenue development efforts (grants, fundraising mailings, occasional fundraising events, etc.). Reporting directly to the Communications and Development Director, this is an early-career position that offers great opportunity for advancement.

Job description here:

http://www.cornucopia.org/2015/05/cornucopia-is-hiring/
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#1470983 --- 05/16/15 12:18 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Hungary Destroys All Monsanto GMO Corn FieldsBy Global Research News

Global Research, July 16, 2013

Hungary has taken a bold stand against biotech giant Monsanto and genetic modification by destroying 1000 acres of maize found to have been grown with genetically modified seeds, according to Hungary deputy state secretary of the Ministry of Rural Development Lajos Bognar.

Unlike many European Union countries, Hungary is a nation where genetically modified (GM) seeds are banned. In a similar stance against GM ingredients, Peru has also passed a 10 year ban on GM foods.

Almost 1000 acres of maize found to have been ground with genetically modified seeds have been destroyed throughout Hungary, deputy state secretary of the Ministry of Rural Development Lajos Bognar said.

http://www.globalresearch.ca/hungary-destroys-all-monsanto-gmo-corn-fields/5342913
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#1471006 --- 05/16/15 01:35 PM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Grandma and Grandpa, Mom and Dad...

Cornell starting to spend some of that 5.6 million to try and convince your grandkids that their food is safe.

GMOs: Should they be on our shelves?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jqQLrRR-0U


Anyone who is sick right now and is in the process of seeing your doctor at least once a month, being sent to other doctors for psoriasis, arthritis, fibromyaligia, celiac, IBS, gall bladder removal, thryroid problems, and/or you are on multiple medications, and/or you are on a food elimination diet, finding that you can't eat certain foods, especially anything containing wheat, you have to ask yourself why. What is wrong with the food that is making me or my grandchild so sick?

No one needs a science degree to figure this out and that's why Moms Across America was created. It was started by a Mom who met other Moms that found out the same thing. When they took their kids off of these "safe" foods that Mr. Davies says we've been eating for "18 years," our kids got better. These unstoppable Moms have figured out why our families are sick and these corporations and universities don't like it. We're hitting them in their wallets.

You have to ask, if their food is so safe, then why not just let it be labeled? Why are are they spending "billions" of dollars to stop gmo labeling legislation? They successfully stopped the gmo labeling bills in California and Washington. So far, they have not been successful in Vermont. Why does Cornell need a "5.6 million" dollar grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation to convince you gmo food is safe? Did you know that the Bill Gates is a Monsanto stockholder?

It's because they have patents on all these chemicals and seeds and as people are finding out about this, they are buying less of their "safe" food and more organic food and they are starting to feel it in their wallets. Food companies and restaurants are starting to listen to their customers. When this happens, food companies buy less gmo food products, thus hitting the gmo food companies in the wallet. If no one wants to buy their food grown from gmo seed, no one will want to buy the chemicals you have to have to grow the gmo seed. The academics (Cornell for example) have monetary interests in this, as they have patents for plants, processes and equipment, etc.

Soon you will start seeing advertising in social media, newspapers, magazines (Monsanto is already advertising in Oprah and Good Housekeeping - boycott!), and television and I wouldn't even be surprised to see something right here on finger lakes 1 as we are smack dab in the middle of gmo college country. I also wouldn't be surprised to be personally attacked or even banned from posting on FL1. If that happens, you can find me on "Moms Across America" on facebook.

https://www.facebook.com/MomsAcrossAmerica?fref=ts

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#1471008 --- 05/16/15 04:01 PM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Backlash forces nutrition academy to end partnership with Kraft Singles

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS / Tuesday, March 31, 2015

The decision comes after a petition by dietitians called for an end to the partnership, saying putting the logo on packages amounted to an endorsement of the cheese product. The petition also called for transparency about the terms of the deal that allowed Kraft to use the logo.

http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/he...ticle-1.2168438

Is This Cheese? Kraft Singles

http://blog.fooducate.com/2012/04/25/is-this-cheese-kraft-singles-cheese-miniseries-part-3-3/
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#1471014 --- 05/16/15 04:54 PM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Via Institute for Responsible Technology

"Happiness is seeing mainstream media features like this. :))"

Dr. Samadi is a board-certified urologic oncologist trained in open and traditional and laparoscopic surgery, and an expert in robotic prostate surgery. He is chairman of urology, chief of robotic surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital and professor of urology at Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine. He is a medical correspondent for the Fox News Channel's Medical A-Team and the chief medical correspondent for am970 in New York City, where he is heard Sundays at 10 a.m.


I avoid GMOs, and I’d advise you to do all you can to adopt a diet free of genetically engineered food

BY Dr. David Samadi / May 1, 2015

"... it’s obvious that companies are feeling the need to carefully consider their customers’ concerns about food production.

I don’t know about you, but I find it distasteful having any of this associated with my food.

Even though GM foods have been proven to break down following the normal pathway for human digestion, questions remain. As our body breaks down these foods, are the chemicals released into our system potentially harmful? Could they lead to long-term health issues?

Many of the studies we have were funded by companies that sell GMO seeds...

...we have the American Academy of Environmental Medicine warning of serious health risks associated with GM foods...

FDA scientists also warn that altering some foods could create unpredictable, hard-to-detect side effects including...

Transparency from restaurants, fast-food chains and grocery stores, all the way down to your local farmer’s market, is key. Any food that has been touched by genetic engineering should be properly labeled.

http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/health/doctor-adopt-gmo-free-diet-article-1.2207158
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#1471026 --- 05/16/15 08:08 PM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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If they profit and exploit us here in America--they get to pay taxes here in America--end of story!

http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/stop-monsanto-from-dodging.fb50?source=s.fb&r_by=11022488
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#1471031 --- 05/16/15 09:50 PM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Pesticide drift - a big problem, but some are working hard to document the effects.

Apr 30, 2015 by Lex Horan

What does it take to recruit a group of Iowa farmers and rural residents to an all-day, indoor training on one of the first beautiful days of spring? An issue as serious as pesticide drift.

http://www.panna.org/blog/catching-drift-iowa
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#1471068 --- 05/17/15 03:38 PM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Corporate irresponsibility over GMOs
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MIAMI, FL - APRIL 27: Chipotle restaurant workers fill orders for customers on the day that the company announced it will only use non-GMO ingredients in its food on April 27, 2015. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

By Michael Gerson Opinion writer May 14

Pass any Chipotle these days — and it is my gastronomic preference to pass rather than enter — and you will see signs claiming credit for removing ingredients that contain GMOs (genetically modified organisms) from the menu. It is the first big chain to do so, and probably not the last. The business press has pronounced it “a savvy move to impress millennials” and a “bet on the younger generations in America.”

This milestone in the history of fast-food scruples (and of advertising) is also a noteworthy cultural development: the systematic incorporation of anti-scientific attitudes into corporate branding strategies. There is no credible evidence that ingesting a plant that has been swiftly genetically modified in a lab has a different health outcome than ingesting a plant that has been slowly genetically modified through selective breeding. The National Academy of Sciences, the American Medical Association, the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the World Health Organization have concluded that GMOs are safe to eat. This scientific consensus is at least as strong as the one on human-caused climate change.

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Yet Whole Foods promises “full GMO transparency” by 2018. Its Web site emphasizes “your right to know.” But you will search the site in vain for any explanation of how or why GMOs are harmful, because an actual assertion would not withstand scrutiny. Evidently your right to know does not include serious scientific arguments. Chipotle co-chief executive Steve Ells set out his rationale this way: “They say these ingredients are safe, but I think we all know we’d rather have food that doesn’t contain them.”

“They” say. “We” know. It brought to mind an argument made by Dan Kahan of Yale in the journal Nature concerning global warming. If you are, say, a Republican in the Deep South, your capacity to confront global climate disruption directly is vanishingly small (assuming that you think it is a problem). And the cost of bucking your neighbors on the issue may be considerable. They are likely to view you as an oddity or a turncoat, and to question your judgment on other matters. So the decision to conform to the views of your cultural group or team, while not heroic, is not irrational. (The same argument could be made about the team composed of enlightened corporate chief executives.)

“The trouble starts,” says Kahan, “when this communication environment fills up with toxic partisan meanings — ones that effectively announce that ‘if you are one of us, believe this; otherwise, we’ll know you are one of them.’ ” This use of scientific opinion as a cultural signifier is evident in the vaccination debate. A certain kind of trendy parent believes that everything natural is preferable, forgetting that natural levels of mortality from childhood diseases are high. It is the same ideological impulse — the belief that nature is pure and artifice is unwholesome — that causes corporate leaders to spout pseudoscientific nonsense about GMOs, while employing the issue as a cultural marker.

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Although it may be rational for people to conform to the views of their team, the problem comes when those individual decisions are tallied up. As opinions on climate have become a cultural identifier, the prospects of legislative action on the issue have faded. When it comes to vaccines, herd ideology can disrupt herd immunity, leaving kids with dangerous and preventable diseases.

What is being lost as GMOs become a trendy identifier? Directly, probably not much. Genetically altered plants — which resist drought and disease, control pests without the spraying and runoff of chemicals, allow no-till farming, prevent soil erosion and limit greenhouse gas emissions — are too wildly popular with farmers to be stigmatized out of existence. About 90 percent of the corn and soybeans grown in the United States are GMOs.

But Chipotle, Whole Foods and those who follow their examples are doing real social harm. They are polluting public discourse on scientific matters. They are legitimizing an approach to science that elevates Internet medical diagnosis, social media technological consensus and discredited studies in obscure journals. They are contributing to a political atmosphere in which people pick their scientific views to fit their ideologies, predispositions and obsessions. And they are undermining public trust in legitimate scientific authority, which undermines the possibility of rational public policy on a range of issues.

Whatever the intention of those involved, embracing pseudoscience as the centerpiece of an advertising and branding effort is an act of corporate irresponsibility.

Read more from Michael Gerson’s archive, follow him on Twitter or subscribe to his updates on Facebook .

Read more on this issue:

The Post’s View: Chipotle’s GMO gimmick is hard to swallow

The Post’s View: Genetically modified crops could help improve the lives of millions

Joel Achenbach: Why science is so hard to believe

The Post’s View: We don’t need labels on genetically modified foods

Fred Hiatt: Science that is hard to swallow
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#1471094 --- 05/18/15 10:18 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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International Treaty Bans Pentachlorophenal, U.S. Continues Use on Utility Poles and Railroad Ties

Beyond Pesticides, May 18, 2015

Switzerland triggered the voting procedure – the first in the history of the convention. Ninety-four countries voted in favor of global prohibition of pentachlorophenol; two opposed; and eight countries abstained.

http://www.beyondpesticides.org/dailynewsblog/?p=15659
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#1471101 --- 05/18/15 11:32 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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Glyphosate Map of America - 1992 to 2012

http://feedtheworld.info/glyphosate-map-of-america/
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#1471102 --- 05/18/15 11:39 AM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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10 Crazy Things Pesticides Are Doing to Your Body

Agrochemicals, home bug sprays, and lawn treatments could be causing chronic illness in your family.

By Leah Zerbe & Emily Main - August 2, 2012

Agrochemical supporters tend to fall back on a "the dose makes the poison" theory, assuming that small exposures aren't harmful. Increasingly, though, independent scientists are debunking that belief, even proving that incredibly tiny doses could set a person up for health problems later in life. Luckily, eating organic, less processed foods can cut back on your pesticide exposure.

Here are 9 health problems associated with pesticide-based agrochemicals.

http://www.rodalenews.com/agrochemicals
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#1471103 --- 05/18/15 12:10 PM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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GMO Free NY - 5/18/2015

I can't stress enough how good a job the biotech and big food lobbyists have been doing in Albany convincing our legislators to keep us in the dark. I hear their b.s. talking points coming out of the mouths of our elected officials over and over again! So we need to fight back NOW by drowning out their b.s.!

http://assembly.state.ny.us/mem/Brian-M-Kolb/


STEP 1. Find out who your Assemblymember is: http://assembly.state.ny.us/mem/ and make note of their ALBANY office phone number.

STEP 2: See if they are already a cosponsor of bill A.617 (check the list below). If yes, go to Step 3. If no, go to Step 4.

STEP 3: If they ARE a cosponsor, call their ALBANY office, identify yourself as a constituent, and say something like: "Thank you for supporting GMO labeling by cosponsoring bill A.617. However, the bill has not moved since it was voted out of the Consumer Affairs committee over two months ago and session is almost over. I need to know if the food I'm buying is GMO -- it's unacceptable that we're all being kept in the dark about something as fundamental as the way our food is being produced because of corporate interests. Would you please talk to Speaker Heastie and ask him to bring the bill to a floor vote? Thank you!"

STEP 4: If they are NOT a cosponsor, call their ALBANY office, identify yourself as a constituent, and say something like, "I need to know if the food I'm buying is made with GMOs -- it's unacceptable that we're all being kept in the dark about something as fundamental as the way our food is being produced because of corporate interests. Please cosponsor bill A.617 this session and help bring it to a floor vote. Thank you!"

STEP 5: If you got an answer one way or the other, please post a comment below.

Bill A.617
Sponsor: Linda Rosenthal
Cosponsors: Abinanti, Arroyo, Barron, Benedetto, Bichotte, Blake, Braunstein, Brennan, Brindisi, Brook-Krasny, Ceretto, Clark, Colton, Cook, Crespo, Curran, Davila, Dinowitz, Englebright, Fahy, Farrell, Galef, Glick, Goldfeder, Gottfried, Hevesi, Jaffee, Jean-Pierre, Kaminsky, Katz, Kavanagh, Kearns, Kim, Lavine, Lentol, Lifton, Linares, Lopez, Magnarelli, Markey, Mayer, McDonald, Mosley, Moya, Murray, Nolan, Ortiz, Otis, Paulin, Peoples-Stokes, Perry, Persaud, Pichardo, Quart, Ramos, Rivera, Roberts, Robinson, Rodriguez, Rozic, Schimel, Seawright, Sepulveda, Simon, Simotas, Skartados, Steck, Thiele, Walker, Weinstein, Weprin
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#1471116 --- 05/18/15 04:54 PM Re: State of the Science of the Health Risks of GMO Food [Re: MissingArty]
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We don’t need labels on genetically modified foods


By Editorial Board March 29
E IGHTY-EIGHT percent of scientists polled by the Pew Research Center in January said genetically modified food is generally safe to eat. Only 37 percent of the public shared that view. The movement to require genetically modified food products to be labeled both reflects and exploits this divergence between informed opinion and popular anxiety.

Mandated labeling would deter the purchase of genetically modified (GM) food when the evidence calls for no such caution. Congress is right to be moving toward a more sensible policy that allows companies to label products as free of GM ingredients but preempts states from requiring such labels.

Lawmakers and voters in some states have considered requiring GM labeling, but only a few have chosen to label, and none have yet started. That’s good: The GM-food debate is a classic example of activists overstating risk based on fear of what might be unknown and on a distrust of corporations. People have been inducing genetic mutations in crops all sorts of other ways for a long time — by, for example, bathing plants in chemicals or exposing them to radiation. There is also all sorts of genetic turbulence in traditional selective plant breeding and constant natural genetic variation.


Yet products that result from selective gene splicing — which get scrutinized before coming to market — are being singled out as high threats. If they were threatening, one would expect experts to have identified unique harms to human health in the past two decades of GM-crop consumption. They haven’t. Unsurprisingly, institutions such as the National Academy of Sciences and the World Health Organization have concluded that GM food is no riskier than other food.

Promoters of compulsory GM food labeling claim that consumers nevertheless deserve transparency about what they’re eating. But given the facts, mandatory labeling would be extremely misleading to consumers — who, the Pew polling shows, exaggerate the worries about “Frankenfood” — implying a strong government safety concern where one does not exist. Instead of demanding that food companies add an unnecessary label, people who distrust the assurances that GM food is safe can buy food voluntarily labeled as organic or non-GM.

This isn’t just a matter of saving consumers from a little unnecessary expense or anxiety. If GM food becomes an economic nonstarter for growers and food companies, the world’s poorest will pay the highest price. GM crops that flourish in challenging environments without the aid of expensive pesticides or equipment can play an important role in alleviating hunger and food stress in the developing world — if researchers in developed countries are allowed to continue advancing the field.


A House bill introduced last week would facilitate a voluntary labeling system and prevent states and localities from going any further to indulge the GM labeling crowd. It would also empower the Food and Drug Administration to require labels on GM products that materially differ from their non-GM cousins in ways that can affect human health. Yes, food industry interests back the bill. That doesn’t make it wrong.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/w...8f1c_story.html
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