EU lawmakers pass controversial GMO food law


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In 2013, U.S. biotech giant Monsanto said it would no longer seek clearance for new GMO products in the EU.

Never, ever, ever; cross your heart and hope to die?

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GMO cultivation and consumption on one side; aggressive patents, business strategies and ownership by these GMO producers on the other, and the latter cause the most problems and issues.

But when the wind blows, seeds will cross borders, and countries will be unable to stop this happening...

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Wow, the European parliament managed to antagonize both sides with the new law, this is probably the first time the GMO supporters and critics oppose the same thing.

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Never believe anything Monsanto says. Arguably the most evil company on the planet.

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