Genetically Modified Food: A Short Guide For the Confused
by Andy Rees
Pluto Press, 2006
Paper: 978-0-7453-2439-5 | Cloth: 978-0-7453-2440-1
Library of Congress Classification TP248.65.F66R427 2006
Dewey Decimal Classification 664

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Genetically modified food has been headline news for years, but it's difficult to know how far the genetic revolution has affected our lives. Is the food on our shelves free of genetically engineered ingredients? How much power to food corporations wield? Andy Rees provides the answers. He shows that, while corporations that produce genetically modified food have met with resistance in Europe, their hold on the U.S. market is strong. They're also expanding operations in less-regulated countries in Africa, Asia, and the former Soviet bloc. The United States has launched a legal suit to attempt to force the European market open to genetically modified food. What does the future hold? Written by a leading campaigner for GM Watch, one of the world's leading lobbying groups, this brilliantly readable book tells us all we need to know.
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