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Corporations, such as Monsanto, Dow, Syngenta, Bayer, and Pioneer (as well as others) genetically modify plants. Usually, the modifications are to cause a crop to be resistant to a specific herbicide, or to produce an insecticide in the crop itself. Farmers grow the GM crops, food companies use the GMO crops in their foods, and the grocery stores sell those foods to the consumers.

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If it is genetically modified then it is not an organic food. Organic food is naturally grown.


You would have to speak directly to farmers to get their reactions to genetically modified food, but it is likely that if it makes them more profits with less effort, they like it in that respect.


There is a lot of talk about how genetically modified food is needed, but no real evidence that it is needed.


Because (artificially) genetically modified organisms may have unpredictable behaviors when let out into the natural environment. Why would you want to eat food that makes its own pesticides.


Animals have been genetically engineered to produce more food. Food that is genetically modified is referred to as a GMO or Genetically Modified Organism.


The harmful effects of the genetically modified food to health is that they contain cancerous cells.


No, growing food organically has no connection to biotechnology. Biotechnology produces food that is genetically modified. Organic foods are not genetically modified.


Apples have been genetically modified to prevent growing when they are cut.


There are two main opinions about genetically modified foods: # They are bad (It's not nice to fool Mother Nature). # They are good (Makes feeding the world easier).


death. Nothing, food that hasn't been genetically modified is natural food. The kind of food people have been eating for thousands of years. Something is more likely to happen to you if you eat genetically modified food.


organic foods are naturally grown and genetically modified are grown using special chemicals and such


Genetically modified food is created in a lab by removing a gene from one organism and forcing it into an organism of a different species.


The most common genetically modified foods are corn, soybeans, canola, and cotton.


Any food that comes from a plant, animal, or other living thing can be genetically modified.


No movement to try to prevent the development of genetically modified food technology is known. There are; however, people who choose not to eat food that is known to be genetically modified, due to questions about the health and environmental effects of genetically modifying plants used for food.


hard to say because it is not always stated on the packaging if it has been genetically modified.Answer:60 to 70% of food in grocery stores are genetically modified. You don't know for sure, but most of what you eat has been genetically modified (unless you eat only organic foods, or something).


By use of genetic engineering techniques, an organism may be able to be genetically modified. Various organisms ranging from bacteria to food products have been genetically modified in the society.


People are concerned about this because genetically modified food is not natural food. It was genetically modified by a human or a machine. In either case, man made machine, and man isn't perfect. So, because of that, people are so concerned.


GMF = Genetically Modified Food


The first genetically modified food began in 1994. Scientist genetically modified a tomato which didn't ripen so quickly after it was picked.


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They are genetically modified.


Its almost the same as cloning fruit.




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