GMO Free Connecticut spouts myths and misinformation at library talk

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Tara Cook-Littman and Christine O’Day of GMO Free Connecticut gave a presentation titled “Genetically Modified Organisms: Are They on Your Plate Without You Knowing?” The talk was sponsored by Wilton Go Green and the Wilton Library.

The two young presenters are evangelists for their cause of labeling GMO foods. They admitted that “once people are aware of GMOS, they won’t buy them,” which would essentially lead to the elimination of GMO crops, even though they specifically deny that this is their intent.

These two idealists give a persuasive presentation about the dangers of GMO crops, which needs to be tempered by the fact that there is simply no truth to any of their assertions.

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