Argentina, a warning to Africa concerning GMO!
CEO of Los Grobo (Gustavo Grobocopatel)…links GMO to CO2. GMO plants consume CO2 to produce fuel or food. Plants as factories. A new green revolution. Gustavo Grobocopatel:
” People that are against pesticdes are against the poor people. The agriculture needs a lot of pesticdes to produce more and when you produce more, the cost, you reduce the cost and your reduce the food price and a lot poor people can eat”
Note: Most of Gustavo Grobocopatel mono culture of soya is exported not consumed locally.
Over the last year the UK’s six largest supermarkets have all quietly dropped their non-GMO feed requirement for poultry and eggs. Tesco, Sainsbury, Marks and Spencer, Morrison, ASDA and the Co-op are now selling chickens fed on genetically modified soya.
Few consumers are aware of the change, for the retailers are not labelling their products as containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
The Co-op and Tesco have also misled their customers by claiming that GM feed given to animals is not detectable in animal products. This is not true. Several research studies have found that GM DNA from animal feed is present in the milk and meat that people eat. This has been confirmed by the UK Government’s Food Standards Agency.