You probably notice that every day more and more countries are waking up to the hazards of genetically modified food. Brazil is the latest one to impose a ban on importing GM grown crops.
They are refusing to import these corps into the country. At the US it is very difficult to buy anything packed at the supermarkets since almost 80% of the products contain GM ingredients.
This decision will probably shock Monsanto and they are increasingly shut out of the country’s food programs and are forced to resort to underhand deeds to continue with the previous success.
Brazil’s ranchers have quit encouraging their chickens GM corn, and different nations have gone with the same pattern. Brazil is really the second biggest cultivator of GM corn, but the way that their agriculturists are declining to use it indicates that they think more about the health of their chickens, and consequent individuals down the line than they do about benefits.
A Seralini study says that the first GM crop was toxic over the long-term to farm animals and that they noted problems in the mucosal membranes and kidneys of the animals, with a death rate of 10%. It was all as a result of feeding the animals with GM crops such as alfalfa, soy and corn. Russia and 19 other countries in Europe are also one of the countries that have recently banned all US corn imports.