The Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) on genetic improvement technology: “Even as underdeveloped nations clamor for biotechnology applications… opponents of agricultural biotechnology in the West attack it as an unnatural process that will destroy the world, not better it… Additional regulation will slow down research and development, keep beneficial products off the market, and raise the cost of products that do make it to consumers… Each of these problems could prevent this technology’s benefits from being introduced to industrialized nations and, more important, the developing world.”



The head of the World Health Organization says biotech could save lives, and the European Union says biotech products are “even safer than conventional plants and foods.” To learn more, click here to read the CEI study.