Perception of GMOs varies

Perception of GMOs varies

Survey results reveal that consumers are confused about topic of biotechnology and genetically modified food.

CONSUMERS are continually bombarded with both negative and positive information about the use of biotechnology in food production, specifically genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

As issues like GMO labeling continue to heat up throughout the U.S., understanding the consumer's perspective on the topic has become increasingly important.


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