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Oct 31, 2011

Speaking out against GM salmon in Atlantic Canada

by PhilLee — last modified Oct 31, 2011 02:01 PM
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In October Eric Hoffman from Friends of the Earth US took to the road for a week in Atlantic Canada to discuss the risks of genetically engineered fish.

Speaking out against GM salmon in Atlantic Canada

 

Eric began his tour on Prince Edward Island, Canada, home to a facility that will create genetically engineered Atlantic salmon eggs to be raised into food for the US public. This would be the first-ever genetically engineered animal to be approved for human consumption and could open the floodgate to other genetically engineered animals, such as trout, tilapia, cows, pigs, and even chickens.

 

Read Eric's blog here