Monsanto Case Study

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When I think about genetically modified foods the immediate thoughts of lies, betrayal, and dangers come to mind. There are the lies that promote the production of these foods, there is the betrayal of our government and multiple agencies that are supposed to protect us as a people and keep us informed of whether there is safety in growing and eating these foods, and, at worse, the danger surrounding the consumption of these foods which correlates with the arising issues among the human populace and our environment. As you have begun to read I can almost be certain that you believe I simply have an axe to grind with the issues concerning genetically modified foods. Maybe you believe I am biased and unfair toward the production of these engineered foods, but I’ll have you rest assured that is most certainly not the case; I will present to you the rise of concern that so many others share as a startling revelation about the secrets behind the production and promotion of genetically modified organisms. In this paper, you will undoubtedly see the double-dealing employed by those who promote GMO foods, you will see the …show more content…
Second, I will share with you the corruption behind this company about their double-talk of safety and quality as well as their manipulation of the federal government and health agencies to continue their foods production. I will then identify the environmental oddities that have surrounded the use of genetically modified foods since the start of GMO foods. My final mention in this paper will be that of the scientific research concerning the effects made on those who consume the genetically modified food and freak accidents that have occurred in history with these engineered

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