by Melissa Melton | Originally published at The Daily Sheeple
Someday in the not too distant future, our kids aren’t going to know what real food is. It’ll be a myth, like magical flying unicorns. They barely do now, considering all of the five-syllable petrochemicals, excitotoxins, and artificial crap most of our grocery stores are filled with, not to mention tons of unlabeled, pesticide-producing and doused genetically modified crops like corn and soy which are found in everything these days. The words “all natural” must be the most used and abused (and utterly meaningless) two words ever printed on a food package.
Now federal regulators have approved genetically modified salmon as “fit for consumption” in the first time ever a genetically engineered animal has been cleared for America’s dining tables.