Everything You Need to Know about Genetically Modified Foods
The amount of land devoted to genetically modified crops was twenty-five times greater in 2000 than in 1996, and this trend is expected to continue. In light of this fact, Freedman's book is a necessity for any library. This informative and well-written title defines genetically modified foods, explains the technologies used to produce such products, and explains the pros and cons of this scientific revolution. Young readers can easily become more savvy consumers by reading this no-nonsense book.
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