That can't be true. Do you have a source?
Why do you think GMO was established in the first place? If purely organic food is both superior quality and more economically sustainable, then historically speaking why didn't farmers just continue on that path to meet consumer demand?
You refuted your own claim. You originally said GMOs are the only way to scale, not the best way to scale.
Also, I said nothing about organic food. It's not either organic or GMO, there are other options, and in fact they are they majority.
Ok, fair enough, I should have been more specific. Let me rephrase my whole point of view:
"The innovation of GMO is largely responsible for the large scale production of the global food supply. I would very surprised if any other innovation in farming has created a higher ROI in terms of crop yield. There are certainly other factors, but to the original parent comment, pretending like organic is synonymous with safe (and equally as it implies non-organic means, or GMO, is not safe) is disingenuous".
> It's not either organic or GMO, there are other options
Like what specifically? Fertilizers and pesticides?