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Cargill’s Non-GMO Project partnership highlights food companies’ ‘unwillingness to educate consumers’

08:00 EDT 9 May 2017 | Genetic Literacy Project

[Editor’s note: Julie Gunlock is a policy director at the Independent Women’s Forum and runs the organization’s Culture of Alarmism Project.] [M]isinformation and fearmongering about GMOs persists. Activist groups like the Non-GMO Project deserve most of the blame. Yet there’s another reason GMOs continue to be vilified: The unwillingness on the part of food companies, […]

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