Nutritionally enhanced crops and food security: scientific achievements versus political expediency.

@article{Farre2011NutritionallyEC,
  title={Nutritionally enhanced crops and food security: scientific achievements versus political expediency.},
  author={G. L. Farre and Richard M Twyman and Changfu Zhu and Teresa Capell and Paul Christou},
  journal={Current opinion in biotechnology},
  year={2011},
  volume={22 2},
  pages={245-51}
}
Genetic engineering (GE) is one of a raft of strategies that can be used to tackle malnutrition. Recent scientific advances have shown that multiple deficiencies can be tackled simultaneously using engineered plant varieties containing high levels of different minerals and organic nutrients. However, the impact of this progress is being diluted by the unwillingness of politicians to see beyond immediate popular support, favoring political expediency over controversial but potentially life… CONTINUE READING
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