An education about the food industry from someone with an education in the food industry.
Nothing else has been more closely studied, scrutinized, and validated for safety as GM foods that are approved for market. No other foodstuff gets more criticism from unsubstantiated claims and from people thoroughly unqualified to discuss plant genomics than GMO.
For the longest time, subject matter experts in biotech ignored the anti-gmo activists because they just assumed everyone else would see how irrationally hysterical they were being. So we finally have SME's from both academia and industry speaking on behalf of biotech, but it's almost too late.
Just as it is with racism, anti-semitism, and creationism, the science minded people will just have to hold on until more smart people are born and understand the scientific principal before we reach a critical mass of science literacy where these fairytale crisis dissipates quietly. Education doesn't work if the anti side is so dug in and accuses anyone on the pro side of being a 'shill', but that doesn't mean the true SME's and the science literate public won't keep trying. And similar to opponents of gay rights, the anti-gmo crowd will not be looked upon favorably 20 or 30 years from now. As I would say to the anti-gay crowd, 'Don't you see where the future is heading?'.