Callahan and Kilman find that even though many foods are labeled "non-GMO," they do actually contain genetically modified crops. "Consumers are getting more genetically modified ingredients than they think." A prominent food laboratory tested 20 food products for The Journal. "Each of the products bore a label that read 'non-GMO' or 'GMO-free,' or otherwise specified that none of the crops used to make ingredients were genetically modified. Of the 20 products tested, 11 contained evidence of genetic material used to modify plants and another five contained more substantial amounts."
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