A new technique to potentially improve crops, via gene-editing, is being considered now Britain is out of the EU. It’s not like controversial genetic modification (GM). But consumers may still have their doubts.
Author: Alan Bullion
Alan Bullion is a publisher and writer on agribusiness policy, crop protection and food security. He taught politics and international relations for the Open University for more than 20 years and witnessed the rise of New Labour while working for the New Statesman. He is a Labour councillor for Southborough (Tunbridge Wells) and moderates the West Kent European Movement Facebook page and group.