Greenpeace warns Philippines’ ‘relentless’ approval of GMO crops will lead to food crisis

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In Southeast Asia, the Philippines has so far the most number of genetically modified (GMO) crops approved by the government for human consumption, animal feed, propagation, and field trial, according to Greenpeace. But the international environmental group said that instead of addressing the country’s problem on food security, the propagation of GMOs in the Philippines will lead to food crisis” because inputs for the crops are dependent on supplies controlled by giant agro-chemical corporations.

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