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  1. Feb 19, 2014 · GM foods can be toxic or allergenic. The general scientific consensus is that GM crops pose no greater risk to human health than conventional food. As the Oxford Journal illustrates: Humans...

  2. Jul 02, 2020 · In the United States, foods grown using GMO techniques include corn, soybean, canola, sugar beet, alfalfa, cotton, potatoes, papaya, summer squash, and a few varieties of apples. Although current...

  3. Apr 20, 2022 · The following are the most common GMO crops produced and sold in the U.S.: sugar beet canola corn potato summer squash soybean papaya apple alfalfa Derivatives of these foods, such as cornstarch...

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  5. The 10 most popular foods that contain GMOs are: Carbonated soft drinks (high fructose corn syrup made from sugar beets) Milk (cows are fed genetically modified soy products) Meat (farm animals are raised with genetically modified feed containing soy products) Tofu (GMO soy beans)

  6. GMO foods have stirred up plenty of controversy among the U.S. public, fueling ongoing debates about their safety and whether they should be clearly labeled for consumers. But as far as the scientific community can tell, they’re safe to eat. GMOs are plants or animals that have had their DNA altered in a laboratory to give them specific genes.

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  7. The Role of the FDA. The FDA's job is to make sure all food -- genetically altered or not -- is safe to eat. Through the Plant Biotechnology Consultation Program, the FDA raises safety concerns ...

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