Commentary: Consider the source when weighing the safety of GM foods

10/22/2013 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Many consumers don't have a thorough understanding of genetically modified food, making a reasonable discussion of its attributes and implications difficult, writes Tamar Haspel. Haspel suggests that consumers consider whether their sources of information about GM present both sides of the debate. The consensus of many scientific organizations is that GM food has not been shown to be dangerous, she notes.

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