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FACT: 96% of soybeans are now genetically engineered with spliced virus and bacterial genes; NOT with another plant gene. GMOs were not created to feed the world, they were created to sell more chemicals!

Genetically modified crops and foods are neither safe due to inadequate long-term human testing nor are they necessary to feed the world, a new report by genetic engineers shows. More here: earthopensource.o...

The Wall Street Journal - Today GMOs make up more than 90% of the corn, soybean, cotton, sugar beet and canola grown in the U.S, and the Grocery Manufacturers Association, which represents big food companies, estimates GMOs are in about 80% of packaged foods. Here are a few things worth knowing about GMOs: blogs.wsj.com/...

FACT: Sugars can be found in everything from your favorite snack to your salad dressing. Did you know that many forms of sugar come from GMO sources?

Monsanto GMOs and the fact our government supports them, and is dictating what Americans can eat and grow, against our wishes.

Have you ever wondered how GMO corn is made? Roundup Ready Corn is genetically engineered corn that has had its DNA modified to withstand the herbicide glyphosate (the active ingredient in Monsanto's herbicide Roundup). It is also known as "glyphosate tolerant corn." RR corn was first deregulated in the U.S. in 1997 and first commercialized in the U.S. in 1998. Read the study here: gmoseralini.org/... #GMOs #RightToKnow #GECorn #Maize

Here are some really great facts about genetically modified organisms (GMOs) // #infographic

Sugar is often sourced from genetically modified crops. Corn and sugar beets are two of the most common GMO commodity crops grown in the US, making up 88% of corn and 95% of sugar beets grown on American soil. More information on GMO sugar here: gmoinside.org/... #GMOs #Sugar #Corn

Check out these 4 must-know facts about GMOs on our most recent infographic.