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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 GMO: How Are They Affecting People, and Our Food Supply? Works Cited"Frequently Asked Questions." NON-GMO PROJECT, n.d. Web. 3 Feb. 2015. <>. "Percentage of Gentically Modified Crops in the U.S in 1997 and 2014." N.p., n.d. Web. 3 Feb. 2015. <>. "10 Reasons to Avoid GMOs." Institute for Responsible Technology, 2006. Web. 4 Feb. 2015. <>. double click to change this header text! It is important for food companies to add GMOlabels to our foods because we have a right to know what we are consuming. Over 80% of GMO-affected foods are out on the market without any sort of label. Genetically Modified Organisms, or GMO crops are being manipulated through GE (genetic engineering) by adding chemicals that can be harmful to us. For example, GMO can triggergluten-related disordersthat affect about 18 million Americans. Yield more cropsEnhance colorEliminate seedsIncrease sizeLarger income Corn 80% Soybeans 86% Cotton 84% Highly Affected Crops by GMO in 2014 Non-GMO Plant GMO Plant Fun Fact: Wheat used to grow to a very tiny size without GMO and farmers were unable to an abundant amount of it.
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