Chinese Government Cafeterias Stop Serving GMO, But Feed it to Public School Kids

Chinese Government Cafeterias Stop Serving GMO, But Feed it to Public School Kids

Chinese GMO signAccording to and other watchdog agencies, the China Ministry of Education announced that they do not serve GMO foods in their cafeteria, with a clearly posted sign at the doorway to the dining establishment that serves hundreds of government employees and other members of the public who happen to be at the facility. But the toxic, transgenic Franken-foods are still being served to children who attend public schools.

The no-GMO sign was posted to dispel fears about GMO-derived foods, even though there is no consensus among the scientific community about the obvious dangers that GMO pose – including liver damage in unborn children, leukemia, other forms of cancer, and reproductive failure. They have also been proven to absolutely decimate agriculture in many areas around the world that bought into the GMO lies that Monsanto, Dow, and others told farmers willing to plant their suicide seeds.

“The issue of whether GM food is harmful to human health is currently without consensus within academia,” reads an English translation of the sign. “To eliminate the concerns of diners, and to assure the safety and health of our staff members, our Ministry of Education Office Canteen temporarily will not use food oil containing GM ingredients and GM food materials. Please enjoy your food without any such concern.”

The Chinese Ministry of Education is saying that GMO or transgenic foods are too risky for government employees to consume, but that the Chinese people should be satisfied with GMO for their growing, developmentally fragile children. This is due, in part, to China’s Ministry of Agriculture pushing GMO poisons on their people.

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Bans on genetically modified foods in schools was stopped by the efforts of the Ministry of Agriculture. If anyone should be protected from questionable ingredients in food – it should be children in public schools, who are often living on parent’s low wages and a mediocre diet to begin with.

Yet, the Chinese Ministry of Education proudly proclaims that they “do not serve GM food in their office canteen so that we can enjoy eating there without concern.”

Even the Ministry of Finance bars GMOs despite the fact that public school children are still consuming them daily. This agency recently put a ban on GMO foods in light of scientific evidence questioning their safety. The sovereign state is already rife with food supply problems, and the Ministry of Finance understood that this was one more issue that they need not meddle with.

“[T]he basis of a nation is the people,” says Ministry of Finance minister assistant Liu Hong-wei during a recent series of meetings on strengthening food and drug safety in China. “[P]eople treat food like heaven, with safety as top priority,” he added, noting that “the health of staff members is more important than anything, [and] the importance of food safety carries a heavier weight than the Taishan mountain.”