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How would you feel if you were told your food was manipulated with genetic engineering? For most of us, the thought would be quite unsettling.

But it's not a myth — certain companies are trying to push the genetically engineered salmon agenda, hoping to start selling salmon whose genes have been manipulated to make them grow larger than their natural counterparts.

The FDA has said there are only minute differences between the two fish, but the fact is genetically engineered salmon hasn't been around long enough to truly understand its implications. Like any other fish, genetically altered salmon could contain dangerous allergens. In addition, no one is sure of the effects these fish would have on the salmon's ecosystem.

Sign the petition urging the FDA to understand the consequences of genetically engineered salmon before giving its stamp of approval.

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Dear FDA Commissioner is Dr. Margaret A. Hamburg:

It may not be long before genetically manipulated animal food products are sitting on our dining room tables. That's because several American companies are developing technology to alter the genes of certain fish in order to attain specific physical characteristics.

Genetically engineered salmon can be many times larger than their natural counterparts, thus the incentive for the experiment. However, this technology simply hasn't been around long enough to truly know the effects it might have both on humans and the environment.

Playing around with genetics and DNA is a dangerous activity that should only be done under the most informed of circumstances. We can't have genetically engineered salmon hitting stores until all implications have been explored and understood.

Please do not give your stamp of approval to this risky experiment until you have all of the necessary information.

Thanks for your time.

Petition Signatures


Nov 20, 2017 patricia remollino
Nov 20, 2017 Carol Painter
Nov 19, 2017 Beatrice Narbona
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Nov 19, 2017 Nancy Warner
Nov 19, 2017 Stacey Govito
Nov 18, 2017 Karen Felts
Nov 17, 2017 Sandra Lee Sherman
Nov 14, 2017 Beata Morgunova
Nov 12, 2017 dolores kitney
Nov 11, 2017 Nancy Daniel
Nov 11, 2017 Lois Freeman
Nov 11, 2017 Stacey Cannon
Nov 11, 2017 Frank Florio
Nov 11, 2017 Serenella Castri
Nov 10, 2017 bobbette bross
Nov 8, 2017 Marcia Tomka
Nov 3, 2017 Karrie Vukelic
Nov 3, 2017 Sheldon Levine
Nov 3, 2017 Jodi Ford
Nov 3, 2017 Tatiana Shelenga
Nov 2, 2017 Alicia Orr
Nov 2, 2017 Barbara gale
Nov 2, 2017 doris gonen
Nov 2, 2017 Ashton Gruver
Nov 2, 2017 Camelia Mitu
Nov 1, 2017 Hagyeong Lim
Oct 30, 2017 Kimberly Bouchard-Shapiro
Oct 29, 2017 Deborah Moore
Oct 28, 2017 Cathy Dennler
Oct 26, 2017 Kimberly Wallace
Oct 26, 2017 Krystal Burroughs
Oct 25, 2017 sara carroll
Oct 23, 2017 June Curley
Oct 21, 2017 Adeline Wong
Oct 21, 2017 Susan Nieto
Oct 21, 2017 Graciela Rodriguez-Sero
Oct 16, 2017 Terri Robb
Oct 15, 2017 Sandra Mell
Oct 15, 2017 Peter Simon Time to go vegan.
Oct 14, 2017 Edward FLOUNOY
Oct 14, 2017 Maria Santiago
Oct 14, 2017 Karl-Heinz Braun
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Oct 13, 2017 Roseann Maziarek
Oct 13, 2017 Michelle Sarnoski
Oct 5, 2017 Candi Gibson-Rogers
Oct 3, 2017 Morgan MacConaugha-Snyder
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Sep 28, 2017 Liz Pope

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