80% of Russians negative towards GMOs

Following the GMO debate some countries seek tighter regulations, while others place them at the core of agriculture. China is one of the world’s largest producers of GMO crops. And Japan, Austria, Venezuela and New Zealand, for example, are GMO free. In a recent move of Russia’s lawmakers, the country could introduce a total ban on genetically modified foods’ production and turnover.

The move of Russia’s lawmakers could find wide support among the country’s population.

According to the polls, over 80 per cent of Russians feel negative towards GMOs.

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