GM guide

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pilvikki
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GM guide

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http://www.centerforfoodsafety.org/files/shoppers-guide_final_24562.pdf

it's funny what comments one sees... one bright individual said "i don't care if it's GM as long as it's healthy".

I guess she didn't read any of the article, like possibly eating pesticides with her muffins?

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Thanks for that! Pity most of the makes aren't sold in the UK, so I haven't got a comprehensive list of our safer food, but I always check labels, even if I've been buying certain products for a long time, and basically, everything we have's organic, free range - and non-GM. I'm sure that the odd "nasty" gets through now and again, but not enough that'd cause detrimental health effects - I hope!

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