Debate heats up over GMO's in America

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  1. purecajn

    purecajn Junior Member

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    Todays news brought a light of hope. There is growing concern over produce. Hopefully we can put an end to this form of World Terrorism sooner than later. Unfortunatly, I feel it's too late for Anerica. The powers at be are slowly tearing it apart. I just hope the rest of the world can stop these Terrorists of Humanity before their technology can overcome our masses.

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    If they get mandatory labeling on the ballot in CA it will pass. From there the dominoes will start to fall. Moms will flee Cheerios, because you can't, in good conscience, feed your precious toddler GMO's. The food manufacturers will all introduce GMO-free lines of food, and then farmers will start to turn as well.
     
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    I have started to see NON-GMO corn chips in the Supermarket... and they taste better then mainstream.
     

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