of Golden Rice and why it would be an essential product Why Golden Rice is not grown prevalently in countries where Vitamin A deficiency is an issue Whether you believe Golden Rice is a viable product – if not, what would need to be done to make it a viable product? (Use at least one primary resource to support your argument) How would you approach this if you were in charge of increasing consumer adoption of Golden Rice in a country that had issues with Vitamin A deficiency? Explain some of the consumer concerns you are likely going to have to address.

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