“Despite the recent dismissal of Séralini’s study by authorities in France, Germany, Australia and the European Food Safety Authority, apprehension over these issues in so-called ‘Frankenfoods’ has come back to life in Europeans, a group that has traditionally been staunchly anti-GM.
Ten percent of the world’s agricultural land is used for GM crops, but only 0.06 percent in Europe.
Following this latest crisis of confidence, HCB and ANSES have called for further follow-up studies into the safety of GM crops” – Igor Ogorodnev, RT
Good crop, bad crop: French scientists dismiss Monsanto ‘cancer corn’ study
Six leading French academies have condemned last month’s controversial study that linked genetically-modified corn and weedkiller produced by agri-giant Monsanto with cancer. The verdict was backed by two government-commissioned scientific reviews. …read more