Have genetically modified organisms led to less people going hungry?



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    According to a 2003 article in The Atlantic Monthly, world food output will need to at least double and possibly triple over the next several decades, and if properly developed, disseminated, and used, genetically modified crops might well be the planet’s best hope for meeting this demand.

    Arguments for the positive effects of genetically modified crops would have on health, farming methods, and the environment include:
    Food that can deliver vaccines – bananas that produce hepatitis B vaccine
    More nutritious foods – rice with increased iron and vitamins
    Faster growing fish, fruit and nut trees
    Plants producing new plastics

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