Genetically Engineered Sugar and what health-conscious consumers should know about GMO decisions and your food
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I don’t intend this blog as an activist site. I am a strong advocate of organic foods and of green building and share information about ways to live more healthy yet, most of my health education work goes on behind the scenes and one on one. However, occasionally I will list information that may be of interest to those following the controversy over GMO – genetically modified organisms; in other words, genetically engineered foods.
I present this as information, educational in nature, so that you can make an informed decision. Got this email from Citzens for Health:
In 2001, Hershey’s, M&M Mars, and American Crystal Sugar told consumers they would not use genetically engineered sugar. But now that sugar beets are close to being planted commercially, they have made no such assurances.