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FACT: 96% of soybeans are now genetically engineered. GMOs were not created to feed the world, they were created to sell more chemicals! #GMOs #RightToKnow #GEFood #GMFood #Soy

FACT: 96% of soybeans are now genetically engineered. GMOs were not created to feed the world, they were created to sell more chemicals! #GMOs #RightToKnow #GEFood #GMFood #Soy

Hybrids are NOT the same as GMOs. The simple difference is one is made in nature with nature and the other was manipulated in a lab. GMOs could never occur in nature! GMOs are currently created by chemical companies and are also reliant on chemicals to grow. A double dose of chemicals is what you’ve agreed to if you support or ingest GMOs. Get more facts here: www.gmoinside.org... Please share this info-graphic! #NoGMOs #GMOs #RightToKnow GMO Inside

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/... #food #GMOs #labelGMOs #righttoknow The Wall Street Journal GMO Inside

Genetically modified crops and foods are neither safe nor necessary to feed the world, a new report by genetic engineers shows. More here: earthopensource.o... #GMOs #fact #mythbuster #righttoknow

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? Find out if you’re sweet on GMOs here: gmoinside.org/... #GMOs #Sugar #Corn #Sugarbeets #food GMO Inside

“Farmers are fed up growing GMOs,” says David W. Nelson, president of Pedogenesis, Inc. Nelson adds that non-GMO corn hybrids produce better yields than GMO and farmers can earn premium prices with non-GMO. Learn more here: organicconnectmag... #GMOs #nonGMO #corn #farmers #food

What you need to know about GMOs and how to avoid them.

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