Advancements in agriculture are enabling us to grow more.
the situation: food supply, safety & security
The world faces looming food shortages and insufficient nutrition to feed the growing population. The United Nations and World Health Organization prioritize food security, nutrition and the promotion of sustainable agriculture.
Emerging biotechnologies - specifically genetic engineering and genome editing - could enable food security for all.
the problem: fear & skepticism
Revolutionary agricultural practices are changing how we grow and what we eat. But advances in biotechnology are often met with misunderstanding, skepticism and fear. Genetic engineering has become one of the most debated and divisive issues of our time.
There is a lack of clear and concise available information on the drive and purpose for creating genetically engineered crops. The information presented to the public is overly scientific, poorly communicated and misrepresented by its opponents.
We need scientifically informed and unbiased voices to promote an open dialogue between industry, policy makers and the public.
Grow More Foundation is not funded by industry, thus providing a fully independent review. Only full transparency on genetically engineered and genome edited crops shall promote public trust.
Grow More Foundation's mission:
Grow More Foundation's mission is to tell the story of genetically engineered and genome edited plants and encourage all to support efforts to promote food supply, safety and security for all. This shall be achieved through awareness, regulation, independent data review and seed distribution.
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