Where food comes from: Review of DC biotech crop forum

The following is an excerpt.

Though likely unbeknownst to many, much of the food sold in grocery stores today has been genetically altered. Three esteemed scientists in the genetically modified organism (GMO) arena spoke on a panel at the CATO Institute on June 4th, discussing the reasons why GMO foods can and should be the future of the world’s food supply.

Jon Entine, founding director of the Genetic Literacy Project, began the panel by describing the need for genetically modified food. “Global food security is a complex challenge,” he said. “We’ll need 70 to 100 percent more food by 2050 to match population growth.”

Read the full story here: Where Food Comes From

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