Global Warming
Chipotle made the right call on GMO food

To the editor: The attack on Chipotle for making a business decision to remove genetically modified components from food they serve is questionable. ("Chipotle's junk science on GMOs," op-ed, April 29) The article states, "Only about a third [of Americans] believe genetically modified foods are safe to eat." Chipotle can only improve its business if the remaining two-thirds prefer natural, non-GMO food. There is nothing wrong with a restaurant serving natural foods, especially if that's what customers prefer. The herbicide-tolerant GMO seeds do allow farmers more freedom to spray and kill unwanted growth and perhaps pests without harming the crops, but the...