A look at the world of genetically modified foods through the lens of New Mexico's iconic chile pepper. The Chile pepper defines New Mexican cuisine and is considered a sacred plant by many cultures. Despite overwhelming evidence of gene flow, persistent safety questions, predatory multinational agribusiness corporations and potential economic damage, the State of New Mexico funded research to produce a GMO chile. It was the first time a state government directly targeted a crop for genetic modification. Because the funding is public, we were able to force a rare interview with a genetic researcher at NMSU. This film is packed with information about the harmful use of GMO technology and the ignorance shown by the proponents of GMO crops.Genetic Chile featuring Isaura Andaluz and Christopher Dudley is free on SnagFilms, streaming with subscription on Docurama (Via Prime Video), and available for rent or purchase on Prime Video. It's a documentary and food movie with an average IMDb audience rating of 6.3 (35 votes).
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