Kruse Company president Nancy Kruse says it’s too early to tell if GMOs are beneficial or harmful. Between the two of us, Bret, we have spent quite a few years in the food industry. But in all our combined years of experience, I venture to say there has not been an issue that has generated more concern and controversy than that of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). GMOs have become such a lightning rod that the New York Times ran an extraordinary and exhaustive analysis of the ...
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