Why Canada should not ban biotech food ingredients

11/13/2012 | Record (Kitchener, Ontario), The

Prohibiting the use of biotech ingredients in food products in Canada would drive up the grocery bill of average consumers by as much as $400 per year, writes Sylvain Charlebois, the University of Guelph's associate dean for management and economics. Biotech food products have been shown to be safe for human consumption, and consumer comfort with biotechnology is likely to grow, Charlebois writes.

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