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Al the talk about gm food is alot of bull . Take a look at all the other ingredients in the food you buy in the store. There is more chemicals in everything in the food that make it look like it was made in a lab. The crops that farmers grow is way better to eat plain than they are when the companies get done with it don,t mather if its organic or gm.The health food that is suppose to be natural is no better than gm food look at the labels and see if you can figure out whats in the bottles.

A lot of people share the same perspective as you. It is unfortunate because it just shows how unfair the food system is for a lot of people. I think though, that everyone would benefit from educating themselves about where our food comes from, especially before making any assumptions.  

I'm getting sick of gmos. Think I'll start growing as much of my own fruits and veggies, and trade barter style with some like minded individuals. Anyone in?

Buy Organic!

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