Agrifood Atlas

Agrifood Atlas

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Agrifood corporations are driving industrialization and fighting fiercly 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.
The growing market power of individual corporations is threatening a peasant, ana a both socially- and ecologically-orientated agriculture.
The problem remains the same: the greater the market power of corporations the higher the risk they will actually use it.

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