If food manufacturers think we'll stop eating foods that we know are genetically modified, maybe they shouldn't sell them.
His concerns about genetic engineering follow years of failed U.S. lobbying.
By huge margins, consumers don't want Frankenfoods on their tables.
The gusher of money, time, and resources wasted on one genetically engineered crop imbued with a single vitamin could have solved some easier-to-fix problems behind worldwide hunger.
Corporate foes of a genetic labeling measure outspent grassroots supporters by a 3-1 margin.
Genetic engineers just found a new way to put farmers in poor countries out of business.
Instead of paying for honors to be bestowed upon its own scientists, the genetic manipulator should listen to Pope Francis.