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Here’s the Genetically Modified (GM) Foods You Probably Eat

Whether you know it or not

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From soybeans and apples to corn and potatoes, more foods are genetically modified for reasons ranging from increased yields, pest resistance, or even saving an entire industry from demise.

For many of these crops, you would struggle to find a non-GM option in the U.S. So whether you are for or…

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I’m a food scientist by PhD, a science writer, and a YouTuber. I’m fascinated by food science and enjoy writing and sharing what I’ve learn

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