GMO Commentary: GMOs discriminate against the poor – May 31, 2016

GMOs are inherently discriminatory against the poor; GMOs are not isolated ‘things.’ The poor are impacted the most economically, sociologically & environmentally.
Clearly, there are many people who are unable to afford to eat what they would choose to eat, or who are otherwise affected by economic restrictions who don’t even know they should choose different foods. These are the people who are most negatively impacted by GMOs and yet who have the least representation, the smallest voice.

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GMOs are inherently discriminatory against the poor; GMOs are not isolated ‘things.’ The poor are impacted the most economically, sociologically & environmentally.

GMOs discriminate against the poor - GMO Commentary - May 31, 2016

Jeff Kirkpatrick – Ban GMOs Now

What are GMOs? Are they limited by the scientific and legal definitions provided by the international and regulatory bodies? In terms of genetically modified food, GMOs are the application of modern biotechnology to alter the DNA structure of a food product by humans in a way that does not occur in nature. Monsanto defines GMOs or Genetically Modified Organisms as “any organism the genetics of which have been altered through the use of modern biotechnology to create a novel combination of genetic material. GMOs may be the source of genetically modified food ingredients and are also widely used in scientific research and to produce goods other than food.”

The World Health Organization (WHO) uses this definition: “Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) can be…

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