GMO myths and misinformation

GMO myths and misinformation

You may have seen the images of GMOs on the Internet, with the most common being the needle and tomato. Oversized fruit, colored foods, combinations of fruits, Frankenstein characters, fish heads and fins and other Photoshopped images are used across to spread misinformation. Even some news outlets use images that misrepresent GMO technology.

GMO Answers is busting GMO myths and misinformation, helping consumers learn what is, and what isn't, a GMO, and providing answers to your GMO questions. These images help dispell some of the myths and misinformation, and you can learn more about GMOS at GMOAnswers.com [2].