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The problem with most anti-GMO foods movements

By Kat MacMorgan

I promised I’d explain my position on GMO foods, and here I go. I’ll try to keep the science to a minimum…

#1. The vast majority of political parties and politicians who are ‘anti-GMO’ have defined GMO in such a way that almost all food is from a GMO.

This leads to a complete dilution of the debate about transgenic foods, for example. Nearly every vegetable you eat has been selectively bred for the traits you want in that. While that selective breeding was not done in a lab, it should not matter to you if it was. If your problem is with ‘transgenic foods,’ then you should word your opposition to it in those terms.

Read the original article at: Labgrrls Hidout

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