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

So food corporations use labeling to try to sell their product based on the latest food fad. If you think you’re providing cognizant consumers with any new information, you’ve been spending too much time in the lab.

Meanwhile, research is starting to be conclusive. GMO foods may be harmless in the diet, but they offer no tangible benefits. They routinely inspire the use of more and more virulent pesticides, they do not increase yield (despite PR campaigns to insist they do), and they help kill off beneficial insects and other species.

Go make your Promethean monster if you want. Make sure you read Mary Shelley first.