When science weighs in on food safety, especially regarding GMOs and organic versus conventional production, the conclusions often clash with what’s often reported in mainstream media.
Three recent reports, two on GMOs and one on organic agriculture, show how research cuts through emotion and innuendo to get to the facts.
An article in Slate discredits much of the negative press against GMO crops as based on “fraud, lies and errors.
A recent report from the American Council of Science and Health (ACSH) points out the fallacy of mainstream media giving voice to spokespersons with less than authentic credentials in the subject matter.
Another report from ACSH discusses recent research showing that exposure to pesticide residue in conventional produce is “far below levels of health concern.”