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Vani Hari and Kavin Senapathy debate which is better—Organic or GMOs?

DNA India | 
Are genetically modified foods necessary to feed the world's growing population and organic foods just too expensive and gimmicky? Or ...

Food Babe complains NYT article doesn’t include scientists who agree with her

Food Babe | 
Note: This is a response to the New York Times' piece, "Taking On the Food Industry, One Blog Post at ...
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Possible dialogue? Food Babe rebuffs criticism in science students “open letter”

On January 22nd, 2015, a group of science students from the IFT Student Association wrote me a letter. Here is my ...
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Kevin Folta deconstructs Food Babe’s response to students in scathing fashion

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Last week, a group of food science students from the IFT Student Association (IFTSA) wrote a letter to the "Food Babe", Vani ...
GMO opponent Vani Hari, Food Babe, lashes out at critics

GMO opponent Vani Hari, Food Babe, lashes out at critics

Food Babe | 
We are close to winning. Over the last three years, the coalition we have built, the Food Babe Army, has had ...
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Food Babe: Calling food “natural” can fool consumers

New York Times | 
A litany of class-action lawsuits have been waged against products marketed as "natural" that contain G.M.O.'s — including Goldfish crackers, ...
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