Saturday, February 26, 2011

GMO Contamination is Widespread Throughout the U.S. Food Supply

You may not want to eat genetically engineered foods. Chances are, you are eating them anyway

Genetically modified plants grown from seeds engineered in labs now provide much of the food we eat. Most corn, soybean and cotton crops grown in the United States have been genetically modified to resist pesticides or insects, and corn and soy are common food ingredients.

The Agriculture Department has approved three more genetically engineered crops in the past month, and the Food and Drug Administration could approve fast-growing genetically modified salmon for human consumption this year.'


1 comment:

  1. Hmmm, well, that expalins why so many more people have allergies, doesn't it.

    Fast growing genetically modified salmon?

    I'm sure this may also explain why so many people are also dying of accelerated forms of cancer too.

    If these foods were labelled, and personally I want to be be fully aware if I am buying GM foods at point of sale, I certainly would not buy them. I want to eat normal food, not genetically manipulated frankenstein foods.


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