QIf their was no GMOS or chemicals in our foods would our food prices be lower or higher ???

If their was no GMOS or chemicals in our foods would our food prices be lower or higher ???

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Posted on October 29, 2017
Every fruit, vegetable & grain that is available today has been altered genetically through human intervention and selective breeding. Read more about how this is done here.    Cabbage, broccoli, kale and brussel sprouts are all the same species.       There are only nine GM crops commercially available on the market today: sweet and field corn, soybeans, cotton, canola, alfalfa, sugar beets, rainbow papaya, potato and summer squash. GM apples are approved... Read More
Posted on October 17, 2017
While we cannot answer and speak to that specific situation, below is some information we think you might find helpful. There are a couple ways to genetically modify plants. This response explains the different ways plants are modified to produce a GMO. Kevin Folta, Interim Chair and Associate Professor in the Horticultural Sciences Department at University of Florida, also created a video in this response that explains the difference between GMO cross breeding and cross pollination.  ... Read More
Posted on September 4, 2017
The principle reason that GM products such as Arctic apples are not available in Germany or any other country of the European Union is due to the GMO labeling legislation in place there. Presently, any food product that contains GM ingredients of greater than 0.9 percent has to be labelled as being a GM food product. The environmental non-governmental organizations have led extensive public relation campaigns to convince European consumers that GM labels are to be viewed as a warning, or... Read More
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