UK, GMO etc.
Dan Hook (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sat, 8 May 1999 07:22:13 -0400
>I do hope that non-GMOs become the clear default in the
>socio-political system, but it will happen only with strong public
>pressure, which has emerged in the UK but not yet, it seems, in the
I have been reading the GMO/European thread with interest for a while. I
have wondered: Did/do the Europeans have a somewhat easier time showing
Monsanto etc. the door because they are a foreign company, not one of the
good old Euopean boys you might say. The American public has it a bit more
difficult because Monsanto is one of the good old US business boys. And
getting GMO labeled will meet alot of resistance from the powers that be.
Also wondering it appears that Europe is going to be GMO free, does that not
mean that Monsanto etc. will fight even harder to get Americans to eat it?
Of course if the farmers and grain elevators find separation more difficult
, some for Europe, different for US, they might just give up and go back to
regular seeds. That actually is another question are these GMO seeds really
easier to grow? Thank-you saneters for your info. Beth
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