Monsanto's GM Food Wins Could Help Organic Grocers

There's no company as uniformly hated around the world as Monsanto . Whether that distinction is deserved is up for each reader to determine. The company is the face of genetically modified organisms, or GMOs -- crops that are designed in a lab to withstand extreme weather conditions, pests, and treatment by some chemicals.

For the first time in a while, Monsanto and its fellow GMO peers have been winning the public-relations battle. But in an odd way, this string of wins might actually help organic grocers such as Whole Foods Market and Sprouts Farmers Markets . Motley Fool contributor Brian Stoffel tells us what the past few months have revealed, and why these grocers could benefit.

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