Pros And Cons Of Gmo Labeling

1088 Words 5 Pages
To understand why people are allies and opponents of labeling genetically modified organisms a deeper look would have to be taken to figure out the history and current events that are taking place right now with the issue. To many people labeling these organisms would just be sticking another label on the back of a box. Although this is true for most, some people actually want this label to expand the knowledge of what is inside of the daily foods that are consumed. The opponents and allies then stir up problems by looking at each other’s view and pointing out the bad such as; the people who actually care to read labels can look it up on their own time and “the right to know” is not a strong enough argument or the organism can cause health …show more content…
The views are the allies or complete supporters of labelling all GMOs and doing whatever they can to get it that way and then there are the opposites of them which are the ones that see no positive coming out of placing a label on them so they disagree with it. The last and final view of this issue are the ones that see a little good and bad to both sides so they become the middle grounders or borderline individual. The people that are usually supporters of GMO labeling are nutritionist, dietary people and maybe even parents. On the other hand, the opponents are the companies that use genetically modified seeds and the farmers that use them to help sell their …show more content…
When they say this that want it to get through to people that if we follow through with this plan we will need up paying extra because of one label. A primary piece of evidence that they use is that no scientific evidence has been shown to say that GMOs are dangerous and that they cause health problems. The next piece of information that the opponents usually stick to is that there are no promises that anyone will read this label after there are rules for having it on there. This evidence does have a lot of holes in it but they use it to try to stand on the simple fact of labels not being read by a majority of the people in the world. One assumption they have is that no one cares about the fact that there are

Related Documents