QDo any of the scientists working at Monsanto on this board actually believe in the company's stated goals and mission statement?

Do any of the scientists working at Monsanto on this board actually believe in the company's stated goals and mission statement?

AExpert Answer

I have worked for Monsanto for 20 years and my father worked for the company for 35 years as well. I am proud to work for Monsanto and I know my colleagues and I are aligned on achieving the mission of our company. We just started a new fiscal year and as I was writing my goals for this year, they centered around ensuring that we meet our overall mission: producing more, conserving more and improving lives. Not only do I believe in this, but I get to live it every day. Thanks for asking.

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