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GMO Inside • 10 weeks ago

Are you familiar with substantial equivalence? Substantial equivalence assumes that if a GMO contains similar amounts of a few basic components such as protein, fat, and carbohydrate as its non-GMO counterpart, then the GMO is substantially equivalent to the non-GMO and no compulsory safety testing is required. This is how GMOs were made available in the U.S. Read more here and share this graphic about substantial equivalence: #GMOs #GMOseeds #nonGMO

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