The Pros And Cons Of Genetically Modified Foods

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Genetically Modified Foods have various different advantages to the environment and agriculture such as them having the ability to generate a better outcome on crop production, producing a great quality crop while using less harmful chemicals to produce them. However, there is a lot of research about whether they are entirely beneficial as they have many negative aspects especially on the environment and on nature. The hazardous compounds they contain which have a negative impact on the environment and the reduction of biodiversity in agriculture is one of the disadvantages examples involved in this field. Together these advantages and disadvantages produce the outcome of whether consumers and farmers choose to produce the crops and whether they are beneficial in keeping them for future generations.

This report will look at and outline the different views on genetic modification of crops from farmers and the consumers. The effects on the environment will also be discussed such as the damage to plants and insects/animals as well as the effects on soils.
The purpose of this report is to have an overall insight of how and why Genetically Modified (GM) crops are used and whether it is beneficial to
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Genetically modified food seems to be the best solution to this problem and it could also be better for the environment because it might be possible to use less chemicals. Risks and precautions do need to be taken in manufacturing these foods, such as machine checks and permits to produce the foods, however, they seem to have more advantages than disadvantages and with correct labeling people should be able to make up their own mind on whether they feel the foods are right or not right for them. But then again, I feel it’s not safe for people with allergies because instead of helping the world, it will be killing the world and the people in

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