Bruce Chassy: None of the animals and plants we eat today exist ‘in nature,’ they are all GMOs

What precedent might it set if firms are forced to label foods made using new technologies, even if the end product does not differ in any meaningful way from foods developed by ‘traditional’ methods?

Not a good one, according to Bruce Chassy, Professor Emeritus of Food Science at the University of Illinois. “Consumers interpret a label as a health warning,” Chassy said.

Read the full, original story here: Dr Chassy: ‘None of the animals and plants we eat today exist ‘in nature’, they have all been extensively genetically modified’

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