GMO labeling

A genetically modified food is a food product developed from a different genetically modified organism (GMO)
such as a crop plant, animal or microorganisms. The general principle of producing a GMO is to add novel
genetic material into an organism’s genome resulting in both new and useful traits. Some governments (like the
entire EU, China and Japan) have emphasized risks over benefits from GM foods and require mandatory
labeling and traceability, while others, such as the U.S., have no such requirements. Some want to know
whether what they are eating are genetically modified organisms (GMOs) or not, they may be worried about
their own health or the environment’s. Some argue that GMO labeling isn’t an effective way to change the food
system, or even that it could cause unnecessary panic.
What are your thoughts about the GMO labeling.’

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