Appetite for natural foods

May 2013
Mail on Sunday;5/19/2013, p101
Why does the Government persist in trying to bring in growing genetically modified foods in this country when it knows the majority of the public are against this? Also, growing them is putting power into the hands of just a few manufacturers as new seed has to be bought each year. Is it not time instead to go back to more natural foods? I cannot see that all the additives in present food can be good for anyone.


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