Gmo Essays

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The Real Truth of Poultry Genetically Modified Meat

People do not realize the true dangers they face in their own homes. Consumers idealize this safe place but, in reality, we are far from being safe. Food is something you wouldn’t think to fear; many consumers tend to believe that they are buying natural products but in reality, they are actually consuming modified foods. […]

Pages: 2 Words: 702 Topics: Food And Drink, Food Industry, Food Safety, Foodborne Illness, Genetic Engineering, GMO, Meat, Truth

World Hunger and GMOs

Science and technology advances astound us each day. In the arena of world hunger, big business is creating a spectacular photo of promise while hiding their ulterior motive, profits. John Robbins, author of Can GMOs HElp End World Hunger posted August 1, 2011 in The Blog on Huffington Post. Robbins poses the idea that big […]

Pages: 2 Words: 585 Topics: Genetic Engineering, GMO, Hunger, Malnutrition, World Hunger
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An Issue of Genetically Modified Organisms

Genetically modified organisms or GMOs are an exciting and valuable development for those who understand the increased efficiency they offer for food production. As population steadily rises, resources are dwindling. Currently there are 821 million people who are chronically malnourished and ninety-eight percent of them live in a developing country. To ensure food is available […]

Pages: 1 Words: 408 Topics: Economy, Food And Drink, Genetic Engineering, GMO, Hunger, Malnutrition, World Hunger

How GMOs Can End World Hunger

Genetically modified foods can end world hunger The first genetically modified organism was approved in 1982, it was approved by the FDA. Later, Flavr Savr tomatoes were approved to be sold at grocery store shelves. Humans have been using genetically modified foods for over 30,000 years. Even our ancestors used GMOs. In 1937, there was […]

Pages: 5 Words: 1425 Topics: Biotechnology, Food And Drink, Genetic Engineering, Genetically Modified Food, GMO, World Hunger
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