Genetically Modified Foods
Why grow Genetically Modified Food?
It is only normal for plants to increase in diversity through natural selection, increasing efficiency in production for hard working farmers and raising quality and nutrition for customers like you!
Positive Impact of Biotechnology
Through biotechnology, hybrid or dwarf plants are more resistant to changes in day length, weather, and other physical factors that hinder the growth of other normal plants.
Every single one of crops is carefully examined before sale, to make sure that the contents are health benefiting and meet safety standards regulated by federal law.
Genetically Modified Food are checked by all three of the government food agencies, which would be the Department of Agriculture, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Food and Drug Administration.
With crops, such as dwarf plants and hybrids, that are genetically stronger, sturdier, and more resistant to these harmful insects, not as much insect resistant killers will need to be used, and in turn, less amount of harm is done to the environment.