So golden rice is, by its opponents' definition, Frankenfood
, and therefore, like many other GMO crops, it's been ferociously opposed.
The strength of this book is that the authors of The Frankenfood
Myth are clearly very knowledgeable in the area of policy and regulation as it relates to gene-spliced crops.
and Gregory Conko, The Frankenfood
Myth: How Protest and Politics Threaten the Biotech Revolution.
Nanotech is in danger of becoming another Frankenfood
If you think sweatshops, Frankenfood
and the WTO are good things, then it's time to check your head
Unless the frankenfood
scientists have already developed a strain of rice that grows on trees, I'm pretty sure she meant arborio rice, the kind used to make risotto.
Modern times: Frankenfood
- that is food made from genetically modified crops - and fashionable combat trousers have both made it into the dictionary.
WHITE van man, combat trousers and frankenfood
have found room in the new edition of the Oxford dictionary.
The safety officer for this line of work will be the Frankenfood
monitor, a technician who ensures that GM foods like fast-growing fish and frost-resistant super fruits don't get out of control.
During these Frankenfood
Days of Action--organized by the Sierra Youth Coalition (SYC), the Council of Canadians, and other health and environmental groups--activists paraded their costumes, songs, and slogans at supermarkets, corporate headquarters, and town squares to illustrate the potential dangers of genetically engineered foods, which now include everything from french fries to infant formula.
This article is derived from their book The Frankenfood
Myth: How Protest and Politics Threaten the Biotech Revolution (Praeger Publishers, 2004).
It has yet to be established that genetically engineered rice is not a Frankenfood