Over 70% of the foods stocked in grocery stores in the US contain Genetically Modified Organisms (“GMO”) ingredients, which economically benefit the companies that produce them. Even though 90% of Americans want companies to disclose whether their products contain GMOs, most companies do not say that their GMO products are GMO.
Indeed, many companies selling GMO products target health and environmentally-conscious consumers by labeling them as “natural,” even though they are composed of GMOs. For example, Kix cereal, Wesson oil, Pam spray, and Frito Lay chips all claim “100% Natural” on their packaging, but in actuality they contain GMOs. The outcry against GMOs from other countries has been listened to by some companies, who now sell non-GMO products in those countries, although not in the US. For example, Hershey has developed non-GMO for Europe, although it is not doing so in the US. The EU is addressing legislation that seeks to give European nations the ability to authorize, limit, or ban GMOs in their country.
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