Call it genetically engineered Salmon, not “Frankenfish”

The following is an edited excerpt.

When you Google “genetically engineered salmon,” the second link that appears is titled “Stop Frankenfish.” Several non-profits have begun campaigns in the last several months demanding the FDA reject this product, many with similarly hyperbolic titles, among them “Stop the Frankenfish Attack.” Unfortunately, the term ‘Frankenfish’ has become synonymous with genetically engineered salmon, which brings to mind a much more gruesome and destructive picture than the fish is in reality. Genetically engineered salmon doesn’t have to mean the end of the world and has the potential to provide cheaper, healthier food to people, something the left usually supports.

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