Globalization. What is it? According to the Merriam - Webster Online
Dictionary, Globalize is "to make worldwide in scope or application." In general,
we eat everyday. everybody eats. it's a global thing to all of us. Consuming
products from vegetables to meats to manmade food products. So biotechnology
have come to a consideration of food. Is genetic food really the key to make food
safe and longer lasting? I personally agree with the Biotechnology foods are
actually helpful to economic growth and to our health.
When you take a bite in your food have you ever think about where they
come from? Well today most of our foods are already genetically engineered.
That's why you get that nice round juicy tomato or that beef up chicken you get
from KFC. It's all genetically engineered. Scientist puts tons of effort to make the
food as durable and as juicy as possible.
They don't create the food because
they want to kill someone or give people a long term sickness. And plus there is
really no sickness involve to the genetic engineered food. It is just because
everyone is just sick because of the fact that they use genes of other animals or
organisms to enhance the features of one product. I personally don't think it's a
problem and it's not gross at all because when you think about it all the food you
eat have something that will shock you if you just uncover the truth behind it. Like
organic vegetation you get pesticides and other growth enhance drugs too it's
not like those are any better then your genetic engineer vegetables. Or you can
take a look at yogurt and all these other great products. They are all made from
yeast and all these organisms that we normally will...