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  1. Food Scientists: New GMO Potatoes 'Extremely Worrisome'

    naturalsociety.com/food-scientists-new-gmo-potatoes...

    Would you eat the newly approved genetically modified potato now set for commercial planting in the US? Studies suggest that most would not (though you won’t even be told thanks to the lack of GMO labeling), and now major food scientists are speaking out over the reality that the Franken potato may come with ‘worrisome’ and unknown consequences.

  2. Food Scientists: New GMO Potatoes ‘Extremely Worrisome’

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    Studies suggest that most would not (though you won’t even be told thanks to the lack of GMO labeling), and now major food scientists are speaking out over the reality that the Franken potato may come with ‘worrisome’ and unknown consequences.

  3. Top Scientist Who Exposed GMO Silenced by Biotech

    naturalsociety.com/scientist...and...exposes-gmos-years-ago

    Read: Former Pro-GMO Scientists Admits GMOs are Dangerous. When the doctor fed rats GM potatoes, within just 10 days, the animals developed potentially pre-cancerous cell growth, smaller brains, livers, and testicles, partially atrophied livers, and damaged immune systems. What’s more, the cause was most certainly side effects from the ...

  4. GMO Potatoes; Good or Bad? | The Hacker's Lounge

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    Far better would be to avoid French fries, potato chips, and all manner of processed foods containing modified potato starches and rancid oils. These are the real dangerous foods. But quite possibly, GMO potatoes such as Innate might be better for us. Potatoes in storage require the use of fungicides to prevent spoilage.

  5. Genetically Modified Potatoes: Scientists Unleash New Monster ...

    www.naturalnews.com/030411_GM_potatoes_food...

    This is a legitimate environmental issue, as it is a major threat to food integrity. Arguably as important as the need to protect our food supply, is the need to protect ourselves from the deadly effects of genetically modified food. Consuming genetically modified food can lead to auto immune disorders, organ failure, sterility, and much more.

  6. Genetically modified potatoes are studied, criticized in ...

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    Genetically modified potatoes are studied, criticized in Ireland ... moved like wildfire to the British Isles. ... against genetically modified organisms — that the crops will contaminate non ...

  7. USDA approves genetically engineered potatoes despite GMO ...

    www.naturalnews.com/055917_GMO_potatoes_consumer...

    As for GMO potatoes, they will likely be welcomed by food producers in the U.S. despite outcries from fresh food advocates and environmentalists, but not in Russia and much of Europe, nations which have shunned genetically modified strains over legitimate concerns about their safety. Sources: HistoryPlace.com NBCNews.com GMOSeralini.org ...

  8. Genetic Engineer Renounces His GMO Potatoes - GMO Science

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    The plant biologist and genetic engineer Dr. Caius Rommens spent many years of his career working for Monsanto and then for the Idaho-based firm J.R. Simplot, where he developed hundreds of thousands of different GM potatoes at a cost of about $50 million.

  9. Scientist mom evaluates Simplot’s GMO Innate potato

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    The Innate Potato is a GMO that was recently approved for cultivation in the US. It is made by Simplot (or J.R Simplot Company). According to their website, they are a “food and agribusiness ...

  10. The Science Behind GMOs | Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance

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    A concise view of the effects of GMO crops on soil, plants, and animals from the Non-GMO Project. For further scientific studies, see articles listed below. Don Lotter, The Genetic Engineering of Food and the Failure of Science – Part One, International Journal of Society of Agriculture & Food, 2008