Yeah my main stance on this issue is transparency and let people decide. It is a highly politicized issue right now, and the arguments often follow party sides; one side will accuse the others' scientists of being pseudo-scientists, and the other side will accuse the others' scientists of being in corporations' pockets. Great, ha.Regardless, though, transparency and information are my bottom line on this issue. I just think consumers have the right to know a) the extent to which GMOs are in the food supply b) which products contain them. Then they can make their own choices. My two cents. thanks for your thoughts Mark2Market!Alyce
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