Re: Recalling GMOs, Labelling and safety
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- Date: Sun, 6 Jun 1999 19:48:37 EDT
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Maybe because of the difference between "on" and "in". I can wash off the 5%
pesticides on an organic crop. Genetically tampering cannot be washed off.
In a message dated 5/26/1999 11:40:24 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
<< I think I should point out here that pesticides can get onto organic crops,
but there's a threshold level for this. The organic industry is willing to
consider food organic, even if up to 5% was produced nonorganically.
Why is there a 5% threshold for pesticides, and a 0% for GM pollen?