Do Consumers Not Care about Biotech Foods or Do They Just Not Read the Labels?
This paper uses experimental econoic methods to present evidence that the absence of a negative effect on demand in reaction to products containing GMO's is in large measure due to the fact that customers do not notice the labelling.
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