We’re Scientists. We’re Moms. And We Avoid Non-GMO Products

The Non-GMO label can be misleading when it is found on items for which there is no GMO counterpart, such as carrots. It can also be redundant, since the USDA’s organic label already excludes GMOs.

A Non-GMO Label Can Be Misleading

A Non-GMO Label Does Not Mean “Better For the Environment”

A Non-GMO Label Does Not Mean “Pesticide-Free”

A Non-GMO Label Does Not Mean “Healthier”

Avoiding Non-GMO Labels

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NGS product dev scientist in CA. Director at SciMoms (scimoms.com). http://www.linkedin.com/in/LaylaKatiraee

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