Corporate Designed Food
Program #BARM-LINC001. Recorded in Montreal, QC on January 22, 2000.
The promise of "green revolutions" and "record harvests" is the justification for genetically modifying crops. A few giant global corporations dominate agriculture. They represent, according to Vandana Shiva, the noted Indian environmentalist, the latest form of imperialism. Agribusiness contends it just wants to feed hungry people. What's on the plate of genetically engineered food? Wholesome, nutritious edibles, or a recipe for more profits?
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