Plant and Animal Health


Prevention essential in reducing foodborne illness

  • Jul 14, 2016

    Get that DNA out of my food! 3

    Eighty percent of consumers polled in a recent Oklahoma State University survey didn’t want no stinkin’ deoxyribonucleic acid in their food. Labels on all food containing it. Better yet, signs on every supermarket aisle. It’s in everything. What is this dastardly substance? It’s DNA, the genetic material that determines the makeup of all living cells, yet more than 75 percent of consumers in the OSU survey said they do not want it in their food. No DNA - no food - and no people....More
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