The World Apple Report, a highly respected monthly publication, offered a very insightful article on the “real risk” of biotech foods in their July 2013 issue.
“GMOs and Real Risk” examines the overreaction to perceived safety concerns about biotech foods and urges a return to common sense. It includes a comparison of biotech crops to other perceived risks and quantifies the likelihood of exposure to safety concerns and potential severity. It clearly demonstrates that, when it comes to biotech foods, the perceived risks are largely imaginary and are certainly overstated.
We invite you to view the full article below by clicking here or on the pdf link below. Also consider visiting the World Apple Report’s website and previous articles from them we’ve shared on our blog: “Arctic Apples Tell Story” & “Bringing Reason to the Biotechnology Debate”.