On Sunday, I was out and about in (shout-out) St. Paul and stopped for a coffee and pastry of distinction, a habit of mine. Readers, I don’t wish for you to be alarmed to learn that we lurk among you and sometimes capture snippets of your conversations, but that’s what happened. A group of people adjacent to me were talking about genetically modified foods and whether such products are an acceptable way to increase supply for a needy world.
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