Germany Decides Genetically-Modified Foods Are Not Welcome

German chemicals giant BASF is closing its biotech division in Germany. The move was prompted by massive resistance to genetically modified food among both the public and politicians. GM opponents are jubilant, while some researchers are complaining this is another case of German hostility to technology.

Germany: Genetically Modified Foods Not Welcome
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217 comments

Warren Webber
Warren Webber2 years ago

Live long and prosper!

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Heidi Aubrey
Heidi Aubrey4 years ago

I would like to see GMO's rejected everywhere in all countries. They are not meant to exist at all. Definitely not consumed.

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Melania Padilla
Melania Padilla4 years ago

Great stuff

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J.L. A.
JL A4 years ago

may the US follow Germany's example (note: the food companies already do this labelling for European countries--just need to do the same in US)

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Reggie Thomas
Reggie Thomas5 years ago

I wish I could order produce from Germany or maybe from Europe who also rejected GMO.(O_O)

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Reggie Thomas
Reggie Thomas5 years ago

Good to hear Germany said NO GMO,I don't mind the cold I can adapt quick.:-)

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CC C.
CC CC5 years ago

I wish it was not so cold in Germany I would move there

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Wi P.
F P5 years ago

Congratulations to the people of Germany for taking this bold and important step to insure biological integrity of food supplies for future generations.

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Sharon O'malley
Sharon O'malley5 years ago

Good for Germany! Now for the rest of the countries to follow! :)

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Jane R.
Jane R5 years ago

This is great. Wish I lived there.

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