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Announcement :: Environment
Frito-Lay distributes genetically modified sunflower seeds
07 May 2006
This afternoon, at a festival in Harvard Square, the makers of Lay's potato chips distributed genetically modified sunflower seeds.
I'm too tired to put any effort into writing a detailed and eloquent article. I just did a bit of research and found out that the seeds that were distributed in Harvard Square today are genetically modified. I would advise people not to plant them.

That is all. I'm going to sleep.

Good night.

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Re: Frito-Lay distributes genetically modified sunflower seeds
08 May 2006
Thanks for the info. How did you find out they were gmo seeds?
Re: Frito-Lay distributes genetically modified sunflower seeds
08 May 2006
Easily figured out with a bit of googling. Go ahead and look it up yourself.
Re: Frito-Lay distributes genetically modified sunflower seeds
10 May 2006
If you believe in Evolution, everything is genetically modified.
Re: Frito-Lay distributes genetically modified sunflower seeds
11 May 2006
What about genetically altered pot? Guess all the erb heads out there are mind altered. Or mind expanded! lol
Re: Frito-Lay distributes genetically modified sunflower seeds
11 May 2006
Here are some links for those who want to learn more about various anti-genetic engineering campaigns.

http://www.biodev.org/

http://www.greenpeace.org/international/campaigns/genetic-engineering

http://www.cleanwaterfund.org/safefoods/

http://www.centerforfoodsafety.org/geneticall7.cfmhttp://