Ecologist challenges claims that GMOs and conventional foods are ‘substantially equivalent’

Several new studies carried out by scientists independent of the biotech industry are showing up glaring differences between GMOs and their unmodified versions.

This makes a mockery of the regulatory principle of ‘Substantial Equivalence’ which has facilitated approvals of GMOs with practically no protection for public health and the environment.

As has already been written, the so-called ‘Principle of Substantial Equivalence’ is both unscientific and arbitrary.

Read the full original article: GMOs show ‘substantial non-equivalence’

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