Owing to the fact that glyphosate has now been identified as a ubiquitous environmental exposure, found in the majority of air and rain samples recently tested, groundwater, seawater and any glyphosate tolerant GM food, simply choosing to refrain from eating GM foods (which is exceedingly difficult owing to the lack of labeling) is not going to solve the problem of the incessant environmental fallout from the glyphosate-dependent GM agricultural system itself. Pleading to regulatory agencies or lawmakers to provide us a right to choose to avoid GM ingredients is a worthwhile cause, but GM labeling is only a part of a larger battle, which includes refusing to buy foods that are made with GM ingredients or may be suspected to be, and moving towards an outright ban of agrochemicals and GM plants whose biopollution represents an irreversible threat to the biosphere, of which the human body forms an inextricable part.
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