When You And Your Kids Start Growing Extra Limbs… You’ll Know Why…In Lean Times, Biotech Grains Are Less Taboo…

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Soaring food prices and global grain shortages are bringing new pressures on governments, food companies and consumers to relax their longstanding resistance to genetically engineered crops.

In Japan and South Korea, some manufacturers for the first time have begun buying genetically engineered corn for use in soft drinks, snacks and other foods. Until now, to avoid consumer backlash, the companies have paid extra to buy conventionally grown corn. But with prices having tripled in two years, it has become too expensive to be so finicky.


If Japan & Korea Are Doing It… How Long Has China Been Shipping Products With Genetically Engineered Ingredients? … Wanna Bet You’ve Got Some In Your Pantry?

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