Fortune Brainstorm Podcast: Monsanto GMOs on the loose

  @FortuneMagazine June 14, 2013: 10:36 AM ET
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Fortune 500 company Monsanto (MON, Fortune 500) has been in the news lately, most recently because the United States government found some of its genetically modified wheat on an Oregon farm. Fortune Assistant Managing Editor Brian O'Keefe spoke with Monsanto CEO Hugh Grant at Fortune Brainstorm Green three years ago. We checked back in with Brian about this latest issue at the largest seed company in the world. Tune in for a rundown of Monsanto's latest press troubles, as well as Brian's take on eating a plate of genetically modified food.

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