Scientists at NTU Singapore and the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health have found that people who hold negative opinions of genetically-modified (GM) food are likely to feel the same about nano-enabled food — food with nano-additives to enhance flavor, nutrition or prolong shelf life. The ‘spillover effect’ they observed from GM food to nano-enabled food could possibly extend to other novel food technologies as well.
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