Public relations groups doing the agri-chemical industry’s dirty work against GMO labeling.
We’re often drawn into discussions with intelligent people about the value of genetically engineered crops and the foods that contain them.
These friends, professors among them, often embrace the accepted wisdom tossed about by commercial media outlets — that nature has been genetically modifying plants, often with help from humans, for centuries and that genetically modified crops are providing better yields and higher nutrition in both developed and developing countries. To think that they might be a hazard is to be anti-science. (more…)