How can GM food solve problems of world hunger?
GMO foods have been grown since 1996 and thus far most have been genetically engineered to be resistant to herbicides or to produce a substance in the plants themselves that kill insects when they are eaten. Unfortunately, they appear to have created, or possibly created more environmental pollution and issues, possible health issues to animals and humans, and have not been shown to produce more or better crops than non-GMO crops. Rice has been modified to produce Vitamin A, but even that, called Golden Rice, possibly is not performing to expectations. Though some will not agree, it seems like GMO food has not been shown to be beneficial in solving the problems of world hunger.