Agrifood Atlas

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Agrifood corporations are driving industrialization and fighting fiercely for their market share - mostly at the expense of farmers and workers.

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From the Agrifood Atlas 2017: Analysis, data, facts, infographics about the agrifood industry

Crop genetics: Juggling genes

In the coming years, seed companies plan to use genome editing to produce crops with new characteristics – and market them without having to state that they are "genetically modified".

By Jim Thomas

Press reviews of the agrifood atlas

It is only a few internationally operating finance groups that determine which crops and livestock is grown, and how food is generally produced and traded.
Süddeutsche Zeitung
The growing market power of individual corporations is threatening a peasant, and a both socially and ecologically orientated agriculture.
Utopia.de
The problem remains the same; the greater the market power of corporations the higher the risk they will actually use it.
Zeit online

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