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A Cornucopia of Choices: Do People Have The Right to Know What is In Their Food?

A food production project detailing the idea that people have the right to know what is in their food.
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Chris Jones

on 9 September 2012

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Transcript of A Cornucopia of Choices: Do People Have The Right to Know What is In Their Food?

photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli Do people have the right to know what is in their food? A Cornucopia Of Choices The Issue Many food producers and distributors, such as GMO companies, choose not to label the existence of genetic engineering in our foods, believing that consumers will not purchase the product if the existence of modified genes were known.
However, as man becomes more detached from the food production process as industrialization increases, there is a certain right to know whats happening with their food.
Is it morally acceptable for producers and distributors to not label the existence of certain unknown chemicals in their foods? The Argument: Corporation vs. Consumer? Corporation Consumer
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