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I 'm liking the vid you provided. i'm really interesting. i've bookmarked it. i wanna hear some more from her.



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Whole Foods' Brilliant Cross-Contamination Plan


Earlier this month, Whole Foods (NASDAQ:WFM) made a big decision -- it's giving its suppliers five years to either source non-gentically modified (GM) ingredients or clearly label any products that contain genetically modified ingredients. Whole Foods is so far the only major grocer to make this requirement, and it may prove to be yet another key differentiator between the company and its more conventional rivals.

http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2013/03/24/whole-foods-brilliant-cross-contamination-plan.aspx


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How are you Bro Clyde?,
Im a little confused on what I have read in two post today.

In the -World War III?- thread it stated "US Secretary of State John Kerry reveal the Russian leaders “extreme outrage” over the Obama regimes continued protection of global seed and plant bio-genetic giants Syngenta and Monsanto in the face of a growing “bee apocalypse”

Then in the thread here from what I understand its saying is Syngenta is safer.
I just need some clarification bro, can you help me out?
 

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How are you Bro Clyde?,
Im a little confused on what I have read in two post today.

In the -World War III?- thread it stated "US Secretary of State John Kerry reveal the Russian leaders “extreme outrage” over the Obama regimes continued protection of global seed and plant bio-genetic giants Syngenta and Monsanto in the face of a growing “bee apocalypse”

Then in the thread here from what I understand its saying is Syngenta is safer.
I just need some clarification bro, can you help me out?




First, afford me a review of what you've quoted from both sources. That would be the applicable portion over in the World Wart III Thread, which I haven't been too; and also provide me the information on Snygenta being safer. In the meantime, review this link below and trust sister Anna Clark's detailed information and solution:


http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/11570729



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While it's unlikely that the labeling will convince huge droves of customers to give up processed food made from GMO ingredients, pushback against GMO foods can already be seen in some areas of the world. Certain drought-resistant corn seeds from DuPont (NYSE:DD) and Syngenta (NYSE: SYT) , for example, are produced with the age-old technique of selective breeding, whereas Monsanto's (NYSE: MON) are genetically modified by splicing in genes from other, hardier plants.
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The above is what you posted Bro Clyde.
Perhaps I read it wrong but to me the implication is basically saying since Dupont / Syngenta uses an age old technique of selective breeding ( this is good correct?)
whereas Monsanto genetically modify by splicing in genes from other, hardier plants (bad?)

My only gripe (if one could even call it that) was seeing The same companies name being used to
somewhat give validation or i guess maybe support to each OP.
 

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