It seems as though a portion of the population is either accepting of or lackadaisical in their approach to corporations creating and promoting GMOs products.
Maybe they’ve accepted the “science” of said entities – if so I propose GMO centric grocery stores, restaurants, and coffee shops tailored to their specific tastes.
Such restaurants could offer menus proudly displaying GMO veggie burgers or even pancakes, and of course pastries and breads. If the customer prefers a meat dish they could promote the fact that the beef they feature was studiously raised on GMO grains or of a “free range” variety where only GMO based plants and grains abounded and sprayed with the necessary pesticides.
Grocery stores could portray themselves as being your one stop location to fill all GMO needs, a convenience for the neighborhood, user friendly, and paternal.
Employees could wear uniforms fashioned after those Day of the Dead costumes tourists love to take photographs of in Mexico, and to distinguish managers they could be attired in something that glows in the dark.
Rather than attempt to hide ingredients all items could begin with GMO based in bold lettering, membership cards and even coupons could be fashioned of recycled GMO waste, that could lead to some confusion though as all GMOs are by their very nature waste.
As time progresses, resources become more finite, and an expanding population increases demand the public could rely on Monsanto and such entities to fill the gap by offering Soylent Green products.
They could do so claiming the same intellectual property rights they advance now related to their seeds, and you can rest assured the courts would agree with them.
The theory being that as their customers consumed their products that may have hastened their demise and they have a legal right to claim the remains.
May being the operative word as it wouldn’t do to make such an arbitrary claim or admission
An enticement to facilitate that might be to offer the living discounts in return for a pledge to donate their bodies upon passing.
Such a donor status could be printed on driver licenses or other forms of ID and hailed as a service to mankind.