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Twice as many field tests of genetic engineering experiments involving plants combined with genes from humans, chickens, cows, mice, and other animals were authorized by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) between 2001 and mid-2003 than were authorized during the entire first 13 years of USDA record keeping, according to a new report released today by U.S. PIRG.
The report highlights field tests of unusual gene combinations such as:
• Corn and Hepatitis B and Simian Immunodeficiency Virus
• Safflower and Carp
• Wheat and Chickens
• Rats and Soybeans
The problem is that GM products are not labeled as such. You are consuming them without your specific knowledge!
It has already been in our food supply for sometime.
Originally posted by namehere
loam because there are none which show SIGNIFIGANT adverse effects.
and heres some proof as im not going to take hours listing hundreds of studies www.who.int...
GM foods currently available on the international market have passed risk assessments...
The way governments have regulated GM foods varies. In some countries GM foods are not yet regulated. ...No specific international regulatory systems are currently in place.