'Nobel of Agriculture' goes to Monsanto executive for achievements in founding, developing and applying modern agricultural biotech
Geege Schuman stashed this in Biotechnology
Stashed in: Food Industry
<Though genetically modified foods are generally accepted within the US, as evidenced by the GMO varieties of soybeans and corn popular among US farmers, they are not approved for cultivation in Europe, and their introduction into other markets, such as India and China, has been limited. Countries in Europe such as Hungary have gone as far as destroying entire shipments of seed found to be genetically modified.
Likewise, there is a vibrant number of consumer groups in the US that strongly advocate against the introduction of other GMO crops such as wheat for direct human consumption (as opposed to use in animal feed) and also advocate for GMO food labeling.
Van Montagu, founder of the Institute of Plant Technology Outreach at Ghent University in Belgium, has said he hoped "that this recognition will pave the way for Europe to embrace the benefits of this technology, an essential condition for global acceptance of transgenic plants.">
Jury's still out, right?
Yes, jury's still out.
That's a good answer. How soon can we get started with 3-D printed food?