watch what you're eating!
GMOs need to be further explained to the public. Many consumers lack knowledge about what they are eating. GMOs are not necessarily good or bad, but should be distinctly obvious in what they are.
In more than 60 countries there are restrictions on GMOs (11).
In the U.S., GMOs are in 80%of conventional processed foods (11).
80% of all GMOs are grown for the tolerance of herbicides (11).
Common GMO crops with contamination are rice, wheat, potato, flax, and beets (11).
Agriculture products are segmented into 2 groups: high risk and monitored risk (11).