Modified food by Nick Keller

Rice contains phytic acid. Too much of this acid can be bad for people. A new type of rice has been bred with a lower level of the acid. I think that is a good idea.

To create supersized salmon, scientists changed the gene that controls growth. The genetically altered salmon grow twice as fast as their wild cousins. That could be a good idea.

Genetically engineered tomatos can be picked when they are ripe and still not bruised when shipped.

I think the author likes the GM food but at the same time I don't think the author likes it.

Is it a orange or a apple?🍊or🍎. Should you eat it or not

Now you know how I think the authors point of view is.

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