Even with relatively few products on the market with relatively high quantities of lead, the health risks from the metal are insidious.
Among the controversial GM foods entering the Indian market is a genetically-modified replacement for mustard seed which requires the use of a potentially toxic herbicide.
DELHI, India --- India’s government once opposed GMO crops but is now opening its doors to Monsanto and other international agriculture giants, despite widespread suffering and even suicide among farmers that feel pressured into buying their products. As recently as 2010, India was known for its anti-GMO policies. Writing for Nature in May,