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  • Vimy

    February 22, 2022 at 9:05 PM

    In this era of globalisation, where world’s population is rising gradually, the biggest matter of issue these days is to ensure enough foods to all the people, so that problem of food scarcity doesn’t occur and the feasible solution to tackle this problem is the utilisation of Genetic modified technology in food production as believed by some people. Therefore, I completely agree with this view as it will improves nutritional content and longer shelf life of foods.

    Primarily, Genetic modified techniques adapted by various countries all over the world, as it involves various benefits. To begin with, improvement in the nutritional content of the vegetables or consumable foods considerably one of the main reason genetic engineering of these foods has been accepted. Since, many chemical tests has been conducted or experiments been made though this technique to make the food more healthy and edible for consumption by going denser into the quality ingredients. For instance, Japan’s Scientists are conducting various experiments to enrich those foods produced by genetic modification like tomatoes, potatoes, cabbage, and many more.

    Secondly, another most important reason among various food manufacturers is to give food a longer shelf life, so that it can enhance the natural qualities of vegetables, yielding crops, fruits, etc., and would be consumed for longer period of time. Furthermore , this would also enhance faster growth of plants and animals. Consequently, reducing the problem of food scarcity, for example, the nutrients content in Rice have been modified so that it would minimise deficiencies and enhance Vitamin A elements.

    Thus, by summing up we can consider, genetic modified foods benefits the society by adding the nutritional value and increasing the shelf life of foods for better quality consumption.

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