Everytime I read similar lines about bemoaning what the consumer wants I
chuckle. I chuckle when I read how the Europeans are in someway bad or
wrong for refusing to buy GM foods. If someone wants to buy something with
their "own" money in my opinion they do not "have" to have a scientic reason
for it. If a consumer feels that one product over another is better for
them ie a non-GM product is more expensive but they feel it better for them
ok or a GM product is cheaper and that fits a certain consumers criteria ok.
It would however be nice to have a few more objective scientic studies on
food in general. But in a nut shell no company should think it is their
right that consumers must by from them. Beth
> RN> Grace wrote:
> >>It is still a damn shame to have to accept that what consumers want
> >>in this case is at odds with scientific (or philosophic)
> >>defensibility. Once upon a time we thought we could have both.
> 1).- "What consumers want" is shaped by both marketing
> and availability.
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