GMO film paper

GMO film paper - Vivy Vu November 10, 2009 Biology 110...

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Vivy Vu November 10, 2009 Biology 110 Professor Tudge GMO Film: Labeling Genetically Modified Foods In the film that was shown in class, they talked about genetically modified food. The most common genetically engineered (GE) or modified (GM) products in the United States are soybean, corn, cotton, and canola. This is because many other food products contain these types of foods for the ingredient. Around 60% to 70% of processed foods in supermarkets contain at least one GE ingredient. People all over the world have been trying to petition to create a law that would make companies label the types of foods that are genetically modified. One reason for doing this is that many people have no interest in buying food that has been altered and they should know what they are eating. Because genetically modified food is not labeled, a certain population of people is at risk because they could have an allergic reaction and then this can become a severely bad situation. Currently, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration require GE foods to be labeled if they
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This note was uploaded on 03/17/2011 for the course BIO 110 taught by Professor Tudge during the Fall '09 term at American.

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