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Is Genetically Modified food right?

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The sugar price is at a thirty year high, put down to a particularly wet South American sugar season and a dry Indian one, those two countries the biggest suppliers, India the biggest user. The price rise is around 75% up on last year, increases likely to feed through to British supermarket ... Read review

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DisadvantagesMore profits

"The sugar price is at a thirty year high, put down to a particularly wet South American sugar season and a dry Indian one, those two countries the biggest suppliers, India the biggest user. The price rise is around 75% up on last year, increases likely to feed through to British supermarket baskets in around three months time, that basket very sugar dependent in the affluent west. It's an oddity that the poorest people in the west are often the fattest, ..." Read review
06.05.2011

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milleniumzeus

The triffids have nothing on this!!!

AdvantagesA temporary answer to some world food shortages

DisadvantagesThe destruction of normal planetary ecosystem.

"Genetically modified food. Is it right? Genetic engineering. Sounds like something that makes a mechanical contraption of some sort. It is in fact in my opinion one of the most frightening concepts, and potentially one of the most dangerous projects being undertaken by mankind. As most of you know by now I am totally against anything that interferes with the normal processes of nature and our planet. Some of you may not be aware that this process ..." Read review
15.03.2004

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camie1

GM food: save the starving nations

AdvantagesGM food can solve problems money cant

DisadvantagesHigh cost

"...reason for the private domination is because charity funding cannot currently match private investors. An example of this was in 1998 when the ‘Rockfeller foundation’, which is a registered charity, provided 7.4 million dollars for developing countries such as Africa. However ‘Monsanto’, a large American company, spent 1.3 billion dollars on GM research in the USA. This shows us the problems GM food creates and potentially ..." Read review
10.03.2004

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