Should the manufacturers of genetically engineered foods be required to label their food as such?
Don't we have the right to know what we are eating to make informed choices?
Most of what we eat today has been altered in some way you just don't realize it. Seedless oranges and grapes; carrots used to not be so sweet and strawberries are much larger. Tangeloes are a combination of tangerines and oranges. Nectarines are hairless peaches. Red delicious apples were created with a thicker skin to withstand shipment and so were tomatoes. Iceberg lettuce is a failed attempt at making a better vegetable and now has no nutrition value.
absolutely. anything done to food should be on the label but i think most of what we buy at a store these days is genetically modified.
I fail to see a reasonable explanation for inserting animal genes into plants.I want to know what I'm eating.In fact I think I have a right to know what I'm eating
Of course we have a right to know what we're putting into our bodies. But unlike the Europeans, US and Canadian governments are, yet again, siding with powerful lobbyists with ties to Monsanto. Is the average citizen really that unconcerned, uninformed, and therefore completely dismissible?
by Rajan Singh Jolly 9 years ago
Are genetically engineered foods good for health?
by Rajan Singh Jolly 9 years ago
Are genetically engineered food for health?
by Mahmo 9 years ago
Is it safe to eat genetically engineered vegetables and fruits ?I mean nowadays you find some kinds of these products displayed in big supermarkets with strange unusual colors, the tomato is yellow instead of red, the peeper is purple instead of green ...etc
by Chasuk 9 years ago
Specifically, he believed that extraterrestrials from the planet Nibiru arrived on Earth 450,000 years ago and created us by genetically engineering female apes.Do you believe him? Why, or why not?
by Tom Maitland 11 years ago
I've been asked to do a little bit of research into people's ideas of genetically modified food. This can range from disease-resistant crops, to using genetic modification to make our tomatos redder and orangers oranger. Does all this worry you, or do you think over all it's better?Would be great...
by sandra rinck 13 years ago
Anyone catch that show on Discovery last night. Friggin' bionic suits. How cool is that. It is time like this I wish I was bloody rich so I could get one. LOL.no, so there are is this 450 lb. suit that you can put on, like some comic book hero, and literally, you could lift...
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