February 10, 2014

How Monsanto Came to Personify Evil

Keith Kloor, Cosmos Magazine


The Associated Press

Several years ago, Janice Person, a Memphis-born PR specialist and amateur photographer, was making small talk with a stranger sitting next to her on a plane when the conversation turned to their jobs. “Where do you work?” the woman asked Person.

“Monsanto,” Person replied.

The woman gasped and her eyes widened in disbelief. “Monsanto is evil,” she said.

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TAGGED: Food Safety, Genetic Engineering, Biotechnology, Monsanto

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