Confirmed! Lab Tests Show Over 30+ Popular Food Products Contain Gmos. Are You Eating Them?

Dont blindlytrust a non-GMO ingredient label claim that is not verified with aNon-GMO project seal or verification of 3rd party testing or certified organic. Read ingredient labels andwatch out for this list of common GMO ingredients , particularlyanything derived from corn, soy, canola, cottonseed, sugar beets, papaya, zucchini and squash. Do not buy any products thatConsumer Reports verified contains GMOs(see the complete list from their report above). Consumer Reports supports mandatory GMO labeling Despite this consumer demand, there are no requirements for labeling genetically engineeredingredients in processed foods and there is extremely limited safety testing required. Without labeling, there is a lack of transparency in the marketplace and Consumers Union, the policy and advocacy arm of Consumer Reports, is actively engaged in a campaign to have foods with GE ingredients (also known as Genetically Modified Organisms or GMOs) labeled. In the meantime, consumers are unable to make informed purchasing decisions. Consumer Reports dispel many of the myths (and lies) circulating about GMOs, such as: GMOs arenecessary to feed the world(FALSE) it is interesting to note that the world already produces more than enough food to feed all its inhabitants. Hunger, whether in the US and or other parts of the world, is not caused by an insufficient quantity of food being grown.
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