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Rachel's Democracy & Health News #836 -- A Good Year for Biotech

Publication Date:

January 5, 2006

Abstract:

2005 Was a Very Good Year for the Biotech Food Industry Many people around the world resist eating genetically modified foods (GMOs), and they still have a choice. But pollen carried on the wind is slowly contaminating much of the world's cropland with GMOs. One of these days, there won't much left to call "organically grown" or non-GMO crops. Then most of us will be eating food grown from seeds patented by Monsanto and Dow.

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