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@95Q2FPC answered…6 days

rebels labels can they decrease more pak'nsave and contdown supermakings as the increase under footages is mite the crucial kept the premises and under check the list under new zealand parliaments and prime minister mad and enegerier of food and parcel and under gift cards and benefits decrease more maoris aotearoa wakait and waikato worse with bio-new zealand first prime minister and hoon winston peters and strikes more attacks and not guilty and charges with laws and changes free zone by new zealand police policies lockdowns

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@8RMDC9J answered…2yrs

Yes, but only if done ethically and in an environmentally friendly way. Packaging should need labelling to if the food is GM

@8FXTCG2 answered…2yrs

Yes if commercially viable and financially better off. But label's

@8DQPT7Z answered…2yrs

NO - NEVER - and especially not in areas where they can pollute other farmers with pollen and modified gene stock - it makes no sense - there is a rapidly increasing world wide market for clean organic food - we can make much better export market with premium clean food than with genetically modified food which is not even accepted by many countries as an import item - for example China one of our largest trading partners

@8DMT9L4 answered…2yrs

Yes, but strict regulations on the ability of companies to patent biological organisms and genomes need to be developed first and companies will need to accept full liability for unforeseen negative consequences for health, the environment etc.

@8D89ZRX answered…2yrs

Yes, if producers cannot be patent seeds AND labelling of such foods in mandatory.

@8C56TYF answered…2yrs

Yes, but I support the use of genetically engineered crops and foods to be able to save other crops and food from going extinct.

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...8yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...9yrs

Yes, but require the labelling of foods that are genetically modified


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