You are half right. In Poland, as of yet, there is no gmo in meat production, or fruit and veg for that matter. If I walk into Tesco I can get good chicken. There is not two sections gmo and no gmo. So a poorer family in Poland is still able to have the same standards of meat as the rest of the population.
Your American thinking is not the same in this part of the world. Many European countries rely and trust that their gov't is making the best decision for them with regards to food health and safety. Socialism is not a dirty word over here.
I know in the states many people feel as though the gov't has no business in food regulation, unfortunately because of this- the methods of farming has become sub standard and animal feeds have changed and over injection of hormones is the norm.
I stand by what I said.
Unless I was buying meat from an organic butcher or whole foods store, I wouldn't eat the meat in the states.
As for the meat in the states tasting better- I happen to agree with you, however, just because it tastes better- doesn't mean it is better.
After living in Warsaw for 7 years we have finally found an organic butcher with great steaks. Before this we never ate beef.