In this week’s cover story, Time magazine notes that “at least a million children who die every year because they are weakened by vitamin-A deficiency and an additional 350,000 who go blind” could be saved by genetically improved “Golden Rice.” Who could be against this life-saving technology? At a recent press conference, Peter Hoffman, incoming chair of Chefs Collaborative, a group of celebrity chefs pushing organic food, argued that there was no use for “Golden Rice.”