Risky Whiskey or Science Under the Influence?
Kevin Folta

The root issue of all of these sorts of concerns comes down to trust, or lack thereof, in the science. It’s not that people know that GMO crops are bad, it’s that they’ve seen how many times food and drug companies have claimed that ‘X’ is safe only to find out, a decade or more later, that it actually causes cancer or heart failure or developmental disorders or some other issue. It seems that the reality is that we often don’t know something is a problem till a generation or so of people have used it heavily.

This is made worse by marketing that jumps on any bandwagon that it thinks will bring more sales or make their product stand out.

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