Food prices can go up if transgenic is refused

Considerations by one of the most important supermarket chains in the United Kingdom. Wm Morrison Supermarkets plc, one of the most important supermarket chains in the United Kingdom said that it’s getting more difficult to find traditional food and point out the risk of food prices going up if GM is refused. This is one of the reasons why the chain is relaxed about its policy regarding genetically modified food. The chain points to the 70% of soya produced in the world as being GM and this is the main product used by producers to feed the animals.

View the original article here: Food prices can go up if transgenic is refused – FreshPlaza

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