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On Labeling

80% of Americans, it is said, believe that food products containing DNA should be labeled.

2 Responses to “On Labeling”

  1. Harry says:

    Anything containing DNA should fall into one of two categories: hazardous DNA or non hazardous DNA. The authority for this classification would fall under the jurisdiction of the WHO.

    They should begin with recycled municipal waste, starting with green and brown liquor bottles, and then to clear water bottles, in the greater Rochester area, the epicenter of bad DNA. Go local first, then expand to multinational.

  2. Doug M says:

    They should be labeled… “Baked Beans” or “Ketchup.” How else are we supposed to know what is inside the package…

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