Double Take 'Toons: They 'R What You Eat Genetically modified wheat has cropped up where it doesn't belong, causing domestic and international repercussions. David Fitzsimmons sees little chance for increased oversight of GMOs, while Rodrigo de Matos thinks feeding the world doesn't leave many appetizing alternatives.
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Double Take 'Toons: They 'R What You Eat

Genetically modified wheat has cropped up where it doesn't belong, causing domestic and international repercussions. David Fitzsimmons sees little chance for increased oversight of GMOs, while Rodrigo de Matos thinks feeding the world doesn't leave many appetizing alternatives.

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