How Square Watermelons Get Their Shape, and Other G.M.O. Misconceptions – The New York Times

Earlier this week I wrote about organic food and whether it is really healthier. To be sure, organic food can be a healthy alternative to conventional food, but many times the difference may not be as great as commonly believed. In some cases, organics simply may not be the smartest choice.

GMO corn

One reason why people choose organically produced foods is that they don’t contain GMOs, or genetically-modified organisms. Many people believe that GMOs are dangerous or, at the very least, make foods less healthy.

Unfortunately, just like with organic food, there is a great deal of confusion about GMOs in food. An article in the New York Times addresses some of the misconceptions about GMOs.
In an effort to inform consumers about the presence of GMOs in their food, the U.S. Senate recently passed GMO-labeling legislation that has received much criticism. No doubt this is something we will hear more about in the future.

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