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GMO Arctic Apples at a Vegan Potluck

We shared some GMO apples at a vegan Potluck and this is what happened.

Applied Mythology: “Monoculture” May Not Mean What You Think It Means

I’ve been noticing the increasingly frequent use of the term "monoculture" by people who are being critical of mainstream farming.  The term is thrown around as an epithet, particularly in comment streams, but I also see it being used by others in ways that suggest that it is becoming a part of the broader, negative, mythical narrative […]

Should the poor pay for the anxieties of the rich? « The Berkeley Blog

Should the poor pay for the anxieties of the rich? « The Berkeley Blog.

Natural Toxins in Fruits and Vegetables | Food Safety Network

Most fruits and vegetables produce small amounts of natural toxins which are of no concern when the food is consumed as part of a varied diet and eaten in moderation. Natural Toxins in Fruits and Vegetables | Food Safety Network.

Illumination: GMO Technology and a Safer Spud

Illumination: GMO Technology and a Safer Spud.

Sensory analysis of calcium-biofortified lettuce – Park – 2008 – Plant Biotechnology Journal – Wiley Online Library

Sensory analysis of calcium-biofortified lettuce – Park – 2008 – Plant Biotechnology Journal – Wiley Online Library.

Biofortified and bioavailable: The gold standard for plant-based diets

Biofortified and bioavailable: The gold standard for plant-based diets.

Nutritional impact of elevated calcium transport activity in carrots

Nutritional impact of elevated calcium transport activity in carrots.

Biofortified Lettuce not a Bitter Pill « Biology Fortified, Inc.

Biofortified Lettuce not a Bitter Pill « Biology Fortified, Inc..

Iron biofortification in rice by the introduction of multiple genes involved in iron nutrition

Iron biofortification in rice by the introduction of multiple genes involved in iron nutrition.

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