If you found out that the food you eat is genetically modified, would continue to you eat it?
No, I would not eat it. First off, a lot of food is genetically modified and not labeled to show this. The profit people make from producing and selling it is too grand. Why wouldn't the food industry want to make this information available to the people who are eating it? What do they have to hide? Obviously since they hide it, there has to be something very unjust or wrong with it. What is the reason they genetically modify the food anyway? Food should be left as is simply because some foods have a lot to offer and don't need anything added or modified.
by RandomThoughts... 8 years ago
How many people believe they are eating Genetically Modified Food daily, living in the U.S.?I would love to start traveling
by Sherry Hewins 6 years ago
Are you concerned about GMOs (Genetically Modified Foods)?Do you care a little, a lot, or not at all?
by Nicola Thompson 6 years ago
Genetically Modified Foods? Yeah or Nay? Why?Are you for or against?
by haseena2013 6 years ago
Why are genetically modified foods produced?
by MargaritaEden 7 years ago
Is organic non-GMO soy less allergenic than regular Genetically Modified soy?
by Abigail 5 years ago
How bad do you think GMOs genetically modified organisms (foods) are for you?
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