I agree completely. The point I didn't address (because you addressed it so clearly) is the fact that these items should be properly labeled. If a product is better, more stable, more nutritious or even "therapeutic" because of genetic engineering, it should be labeled so the consumer will know.
Of course, that also opens up the product to "prejudices" that cannot be reversed until those prejudiced actually try it for themselves. This is another dilemma. I think openness is the best policy and the things should be labeled.
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