Genetically engineered crops — what much of the public and media refers to as GMOs — are one of the most hotly debated topics in agriculture today. Despite the scientific consensus of the technology being healthy for the people and beneficial in the long term for the environment, there are still plenty of naysayers out there who are driven by social media blitzes, pseudoscience, and clever marketing campaigns.
Reddit is a hub for many topics of discussion, and GMOs is one of them. In a year when we have movies such as “Food Evolution” and ever more peer-reviewed science celebrating the use of genetic engineering in agriculture, we found some of the best posts and comments on Reddit that will help you better understand the positives of GMOs.
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