FDA Approves Genetically Engineered Salmon With No Label Requirement

Laura Sesana

Laura Sesana is a writer and DC, Maryland attorney. She is the author of Colombia: Natural Parks, and has also written several articles on literary criticism. She has written columns for Communities @ The Washington Times and Communities Digital News. She writes about food, health, nutrition, women’s legal issues, and the environment. In addition to writing for the Arbiter, Laura also works as an attorney and legal content writer.

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  1. Rivic Q. says:

    This is pure FDA disinformation. The FDA has a long history of ignoring and suppressing the real dangers of GMO foods.

    One of the earliest cases that has demonstrated that fact is the infamous tryptophan disaster of 1989 where the FDA ignored the warnings of their own scientists about the real risks of GMOs, simply to protect the business interests of the GMO industry, which they’ve been colluding with for decades – see http://www.supplements-and-health.com/l_tryptophan.html

    The FDA-industry cartel has the average person believing that they’re protecting their health. Yet, lying about real facts, denying real facts, or minimizing or ignoring real facts is not protecting or helping the public, it’s deceiving the public.