Genetically Engineered FoodBook - 2012
Touted for their ability to weather bad conditions and provide the best taste, genetically modified foods would seem to be a great development for both the farmer and the consumer. This is not exactly the case, however, as questions have been raised in the scientific and public policy community regarding various aspects of GMFs. Are they safe to eat? Should more longitudinal testing be done on them? Are they an ethical answer to world hunger? Should they be regulated? This anthology explores these questions and others relevant to the ongoing conversation regarding the efficacy and safety of GMFs. Readers will gain context to stories in the news from the diverse perspectives in this book.
Publisher: Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2012
Branch Call Number: 363.192 G328s
Characteristics: 111 p. ; 24 cm
Alternative Title: Genetically engineered foods
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