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Protato: Genetically Modified Potato

Health & Wellness  (tags: food, genetic engineering, potatoes, GMOs, genetically modified food, Genetically Modified Foods )

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Back in April, the EU controversially approved a genetically modified potato, and now it looks like scientists are working on yet another GM spud. What do you think?


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Brenda M (133)
Wednesday October 13, 2010, 5:25 am
N'd, Thanks Becky. NO GMO's.......we can't keep doing things that put the balance of nature and our earth in danger. We have to start taking steps to ensure the safety of our planet, eco system and All life that reside on it. Why can't we leave natures perfection alone, I personally don't want to use, purchase or consume anything genetically modified, or chemically poisoned. It should made a law, to have it on the label, I want to know. We will all pay, and are already, for all this money hungry arrogance, make more, make it faster, make it bigger nonsense. Scary stuff...all the modifying of everything! If we keep going, we will never be able to get back to truly natural, and we'll be modified.......

Carol H (229)
Wednesday October 13, 2010, 5:27 am
well said Brenda, noted

Charla D (67)
Wednesday October 13, 2010, 6:45 am
Leave our potatoes (and everything else!) alone! GMO technology is motivated primarily by corporate greed and we have far to many tragic examples of what that leads to.

Roxana J (0)
Thursday October 14, 2010, 3:47 pm
Now is potatoes... whats gonna be next?
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