here is the last paragraph...
"All of these things, plus the fact that biotech could be
painted as a conspiracy of U.S. agribusiness, have worked
against the industry in Europe. When the Iceland grocery
chain decided to use genetically--modified foods as a wedge
issue, it ran a picture of Bill Clinton with the tagline
"The U.S. President doesn't care what you put in your
mouth." One hesitates to speculate what Americans would
have made of the slogan. The best lesson we could learn
from Europe is the foolishness of allowing food technology
and safety to become politicized merely for the benefit of
fund-raising by the fringe."
And in an earlier paragraph it reminds us that no one has
sprouted wings as a result of the many years that Coke has
been using high-fructose corn sweetener made from
genetically modified corn.
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