INHUMAN Food Is Headed For Your Dinner Plate
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Sadly, it was only a matter of time, that in this current, 'under-alarmed' condition of society, that the logical eventuality of this technology would bring us to having to contend with this rather disturbing reality discussed here:



Quote:INHUMAN Food Is Headed For Your Dinner Plate

March 22, 2018 by SkyWatch Editor
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MIT Technology Review reports that gene editing companies and biotechnology lobbyists are trying to convince the Trump administration to move the regulation of GE animals to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). If that happens, genetically modified meat might soon show up in grocery stores near you. But why does the system have to change for us to eat this most modern of meat? And should we want it to? Today, a law called the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic (FD&C) Act gives the FDA the jurisdiction to regulate all genetically modified livestock. The agency does so using the same certification procedures required of drugs — “Altered genomic DNA in an animal that is intended to affect the structure or function of the body of the resulting animal meets the definition of a drug,” FDA spokesperson Juli Putnam said in an email to Futurism. The FDA’s rules encompass all editing processes, from transgenic editing (in which genes from one organism are introduced into another) to gene editing (which includes more precise editing techniques like CRISPR that simply “snip” portions of DNA to remove, relocate, or duplicate a useful trait)… (READ MORE)
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