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In a time where the way we communicate is dominated by abbreviations like WTF, DTF, SMH, and a few hundred more, it can be hard to actually pay attention to abbreviations that matter. This brings us to GMOs. An abbreviation we see and hear about every day in the news, in supermarkets, and pretty much everywhere. There is a new debate on the treatment of food for human consumption.
Although they’re in processed food across America, a lot of the food and fruit we eat every day contain many types of GMOs. This has opened a debate within the science and food industries about the labeling of these products, something the FDA doesn’t require for GMOs.
Should we know which foods contain GMOs? Should they be properly labeled? Are they even safe, or are they dangerous?