Scientists and campaigners disagree fundamentally about whether the rice can be an effective way to fight vitamin A deficiency in poorer countries

Since the concept of Golden Rice came into existence some 20 years ago, it has bred controversy and debate, the last of which saw more than 100 Nobel Prize recipients issue a letter challenging Greenpeace and like-minded organisations to end their campaigns opposing the crop.

“We urge Greenpeace and its...

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