What to know about the new GMO disclosures
Most foods must now disclose if they contain DNA from a GMO (a genetically modified—aka “bioengineered”—organism). Those foods are safe to eat, say the National Academy of Sciences and the Food and Drug Administration. But the disclosure rules are confusing...and full of loopholes. Here's a look at what the rules cover, which kinds of foods may be GMO, the loopholes, and our bottom line.
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