So many things are engineered in so many different ways (pesticides,
growth regulators, traditional breeding, transgenics, mutation breeding,
wide crosses, etc) wouldn't it be easier to just label the
non-engineered items "certified organic" than to label every aspect of
every technology that went into the food? All those new technologies
(except traditional breeding) are carefully screened for safety by
government agencies. If people want organic specialty foods, they can
most easily identify them by some "organic" labeling scheme.
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