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  1. Pros of Genetically Modified Foods. Higher yields; Statistics according to scientists at the Germany’s University of Göttingen indicate that Genetically Modified Foods (GMO) increase crop yield by more than 22%. This is why most areas experiencing food shortage have taken up the use of GMOs to help reverse the trend.

  2. Various Pros of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO’s) 1. GMOs advance the quality of grown food. Genetically modified foodstuffs can be changed so as to have a longer-lasting life with the aim of limiting wastage of food. This can be done by creating stronger colors, eliminating seeds or having the plant get more adjusting to harsh climatic ...

  3. Sep 18, 2015 · Genetically modified organisms otherwise known as “GMOs” are living plants or animals that are created by engineers using any genetic combination necessary (Non-GMO Project). These are generally created for a positive reason, such as attempting to cure a disease or benefit humans in some way.

  4. Aug 10, 2015 · After genetically modified foods were introduced in the United States a few decades ago, people independently reported toxic effects caused by GMOs. One example is an anti-GMO advocacy group called the Institute for Responsible Technology (IRT), which reported that rats fed a diet containing a GMO potato had virtually every organ system ...

  5. Sep 01, 2013 · The Truth about Genetically Modified Food. Proponents of genetically modified crops say the technology is the only way to feed a warming, increasingly populous world.

  6. France and Germany are the major opponents of genetically modified food in Europe, although Germany has approved Amflora a potato modified with higher levels of starch for industrial purposes. In addition to France and Germany, other European countries that placed bans on the cultivation and sale of GMOs include Austria, Hungary, Greece, and ...

  7. Even though it's never happened before, some people fear that you could become genetically modified from eating GMO food. But genetic material doesn't get tacked on like pin the tail on the donkey.

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