Please keep the conversation on this site constructive and refrain from accusations.
You've raised questions that come up regularly, and we wanted to share some responses that may be useful:
- If you are truly interested in opening the discussion, agree to full disclosure of any genetically modified ingredients in foods, or seeds. Why not?
- If as you say GMO is so safe then why all the billions being spent to fight Labeling?
- You have answered, very thoroughly, your reasons for opposing labeling GMO products. You also acknowledge that people have some strong feelings about consuming them. For whatever good or bad reason, some people prefer to avoid them. My question: you understand why people are upset, right?
One passage from the responses above reads:
“We oppose mandatory labeling of GM food because we believe such a label would convey to consumers that food made from farmers’ crops grown with our seeds is less safe or nutritious than or different from conventional or organic food. A 2013 study conducted by an MIT professor indicated that this indeed would be the case (see ‘Policy and Inference: The Case of Product Labeling’).
"We support consumers' right to know about the food that they are choosing, but in the absence of any food safety concern, and as believers in GM technology who have seen its benefits accrue to farmers and communities around the world (check out “GMOs and the Future of Agriculture”), we believe claims regarding the presence or absence of GM ingredients are best left to voluntary, market-based labels that traditionally are used by competitors to promote one type of product over another.”
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