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Non-GMO corn and soy is in great demand because their GMO counterparts aren't worth as much on an open market. Simple labeling requirements would finally put some openness in the marketplace and put GMO's in their place as cheap feed-grade commodities suitable for animals only.

Posted by Allen Crider
25 January 2013 | 05h45

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