Response to Mark Bittman on the “biotech rider”

The following is an excerpt.

Bittman continues writes misleading claims in an attempt to distract readers from what the issue is really about.

Below is a letter to the editor sent to the New York Times by TATT board member John Rigolizzo, Jr who farms in New Jersey.  It lays out a far more accurate explanation of what the Farmer Assurance Provision is really about.

See the original article and the letter to the editor here: Response to New York Times / Mark Bittman on the “biotech rider”

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