New Report on GMOs

A new report from Food and Water Watch exposes the risks associated with genetically modified crops.

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Environmental nonprofit Food and Water Watch has recently released Genetically Engineered Food: An Overview, a report which exposes the answers to questions about GMOs that FWW believes agribusinesses don’t want asked. The guide outlines the history of genetically engineered crops, how they impact the food supply, and what the potential risks and dangers are, including superweeds and contamination of non-GM crops. Food and Water Watch also added a section debunking claims from GM-giant Monsanto. The report says, “Despite all the hype, genetically engineered plants and animals do not perform better than their traditional counterparts, and they raise a slew of health, environmental, and ethical concerns.”

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