DailyDirt: Creating Superfoods For Fun Profit

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Feeding billions of people isn't an easy task. Farming isn't actually the hardest part. Food distribution and food waste are much more challenging than simply growing more food for people. It's good that we have multiple biotech solutions for making plants and animals that are easier to raise and grow, but some of the concerns about genetically modified organisms (GMOs) aren't totally unfounded. Turning back the clock on genetic research isn't going to happen, but we should also keep an eye on what's going on. Hold on. If you're still reading this, head over to our Daily Deals to save an additional 10% on any item in our Black Friday collection -- using the code: 'EARLY10' -- just through this Sunday, November 22nd.

Filed Under: algae, bacon, biotech, crispr, dulse, farming, food, food supply chain, genes, genetics, gmo, plants
Companies: caribou biosciences, dupont


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    Anomynuos Crowad, 23 Nov 2015 @ 7:32am

    "This strain of dulse is patented"

    And therein lies one of the chief problems with GMO foods. I can't see that monocultures under the control of monoliths will be good for anyone other than shareholders.

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