Published on: Jan 13, 2014
I find this to be interesting — Cheerios (General Mills) will make a non-gmo (genetically modified organisms) version of the original (Cheerios).
If you are unaware: Cheerios product LINE ON (facebook) was facing negative feedback; as a result: the company/producer thought to go back to the original recipe. Sadly: the cost may increase (and fragments of GMO ingredients may contaminate the non-gmo version). Therefore: I do not know if this is a good thing!? Additionally, the BIOTECH company (or users who support GMO production) criticize Americans for demanding non-gmo products, and food labeling of GMO ingredients….
FUCK THE CUNT that states: “Americans have no right to know if food is GM (genetically modified).”
I find it interesting how Monsanto (BIOTECH) industry states: “Our GM seeds are no different.”
However, ? if accurate? — how can one patent it? In order to patent, there must be a difference in someway, right?
Define GMO: a genetically modified organism is any organism whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques