Food sovereignty Ghana not against GMO introduction but seeks education on its implications

| Updated Feb 05, 2017 at 1:00am



Food Sovereignty Ghana says it is not against the introduction of genetically modified foods (GMOs).

It said what it is against is a communication gap between what the CISR is doing towards the introduction of GMOs and the implications for the public.

The Secretary of Food Sovereignty Ghana, Isaac Dadzie told Radio Ghana that media reports available to the organisation indicate that the CSIR has started some field trial of GMOs but which was not communicated to the public.