Monsanto’s defense: The safety of GM crops: The case of Africa

We’re often criticized for supposedly ignoring studies that say genetically modified (GM) crops have safety or performance issues. The fact is, we don’t ignore any study about our products. We closely scrutinize every study that’s published, and even things that aren’t. We look at all claims made for and against our products. The criticism is often based on Monsanto having a vested interest in the situation. There’s no question that we have a vested interest in our products and businesses. But we also have a vested interest in good science, sound and credible scientific studies, and making sure we provide the best information and recommendations to our customers. If we ignore sound science, we will not remain in business for very long.
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