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    The scariest aspect, to me, is not that the food itself will be intrinsically more dangerous. It’s that they’re breeding plants to be resistant to herbicides so they can spray the fields with more weed killers without damaging the crop. Which means that we will be much likelier to be getting a nice Roundup vinaigrette on our salad before we ever add anything else.

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