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It's pretty fascinating how much can change in the world of burgers in a single year. Conversations and articles about the "best burger" are omnipresent, and pretty much everyone has an opinion on what defines the perfect hamburger.
Nina Federoff’s New York Times op-ed talks up the potential of biotech to reduce hunger, increase nutritional quality in foods, and decrease reliance on toxic chemicals. But we know not to believe these promises any longer.
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