Developing countries need biotech foods

04/16/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

Campaigns by well-fed activists to stigmatize biotech foods in the U.S. market may influence developing countries to follow suit, writes Robert Paarlberg, the author of "Food Politics: What Everyone Needs to Know," and political science professor at Wellesley College. Activist campaigns have limited the use of biotech foods in the U.S., but developing nations stand to lose more because their needs are greater, Paarlberg writes.

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