GMO

OP-ED: Hey, how come no one told me there was weed killer on this apple?! Support for GMO labeling is the latest example of consumers’ growing desire to know what’s in their food and where it came from.

Some call it a “rice revolution.” Farmers in India are growing record-breaking amounts of rice, wheat, potatoes, and other crops, all without the use of genetically modified seeds.

Playing with nature can be risky, but genetic engineering is not some trendy new concept. So why are genetically modified munchies getting such a bad rap now?

Playing with nature can be risky, but genetic engineering is not some trendy new concept. So why are genetically modified munchies getting such a bad rap now?

Some call it a “rice revolution.” Farmers in India are growing record-breaking amounts of rice, wheat, potatoes, and other crops, all without the use of genetically modified seeds.

OP-ED: Hey, how come no one told me there was weed killer on this apple?! Support for GMO labeling is the latest example of consumers’ growing desire to know what’s in their food and where it came from.