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Should the sale of genetically modified food be banned?
The sale of genetically modified food should be banned.
Corporations can utilize their patents for genetically modified products to engage in exploitative practices.
Genetic engineering of food is unnatural. Thus, genetically modified foods should be banned.
Genetic modification of animals is unethical.
In a country with a majority of the public against genetically modified foods, the government is obligated to ban them.
Genetically modified crops threaten biodiversity.
There is insufficient research into GMOs. They should be banned until they can be confirmed to be safe for people and the environment.
Genetically modified food endangers the health of people who consume it.
People are free to choose what to put in their own bodies.
Genetically modified crops contribute to reducing the cost of food.
Without sufficient support for claiming that the product is harmful, an entire industry should not be banned while there are other provably harmful products available on the market.
An indiscriminate ban is not the right approach to addressing any potential problems with genetically modified foods.
Genetically modified crops can work towards mitigating world hunger and nutritional deficiencies.
Genetically modified crops are better for the environment.
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