Admission: NYTimes Food Nanny says ‘little or no reliable evidence that food manufactured with ingredients from genetically engineered plants is directly harmful to humans’

Foments worry nonetheless: “That’s not the same thing as saying that the potential isn’t there for novel proteins and other chemicals to generate unexpected problems.”

Read more at the New York Times.

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2 responses to “Admission: NYTimes Food Nanny says ‘little or no reliable evidence that food manufactured with ingredients from genetically engineered plants is directly harmful to humans’

  1. Eating GMOs is still nowhere near as risky as eating ‘organically grown’ plants loaded with natural microbes.

  2. Well, I think it is good to call the Food Nanny–a liar. When dogs were given a choice of regular dog-food, and genetically-modified food, they immediately turned their noses up at the GM-food, and ate their regular food.

    It is ten years late, to grab these GM-engineering terrorists.–And shutdown their agenda.

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