Geneticist who helped commercialize world’s first GMO food signs “non consensus” on GMO safety statement


Dr. Belinda Martinuea, a former member of the Michelmore Lab at the University of California Davis Genome Center, who helped commercialize the world’s first GMO whole food, the Flavr Savr tomato, has added her signature to a statement released by international scientists through the European Network of Scientists for Social and Environmental Safety. The statement, which claims that there is no scientific consensus on the safety of genetically modified crops, now has more than 200 signatures.

Read the full, original story here: “More than 230 scientists say GMOs not safe, including developer of first GM crop”

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