posted on Dec, 14 2012 @ 09:10 PM
I think the solution is to give the consumer a choice. Marking foods which contain GM products is probably the simplest way, but the reluctance to do
so by government authorities is plain to see.
The reason being that (in my opinion) most people would simply not buy anything GM related because we just don't know what it does to us. If
consumers shunned the GM product it would become unprofitable for farmers to grow it.
How healthy can wheat be if it is able to be sprayed with deadly poisons, and survive?
As most crops are open pollinated how long before all the "pure heritage strains" are contaminated with the "patented" dna of GMO?
I've given up on buying my vegetables from the supermarket and now grow most of what I eat in my vegetable garden, with heritage seeds bought over
the internet. You can't imagine the difference in taste and I have the peace of mind in knowing what I'm eating.