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GMO Answers updates website to better educate consumers

Since 2013, GMO Answers has answered more than 1,300 questions on all things biotechnology and agriculture.

Wondering how to answer the questions about genetically modified organisms at your next picnic?

GMO Answers can help you with the task. 

GMO Answers is an initiative committed to answering questions from the public about GMOs, biotechnology and the science behind how food is grown. This week it was announced that the website has been updated. It was originally launched in 2013 to help answer questions about GMO’s.

Since 2013, GMO Answers has answered more than 1,300 questions on all things biotechnology and agriculture; and now they have launched a refreshed and improved GMOAnswers.com, which will serve as an enhanced platform allowing GMO Answers to better educate consumers.

The refreshed GMOAnswers.com is the latest evolution in GMO Answers' commitment to creating a central, user-friendly resource for GMO and biotechnology information.

As the conversation around GMOs continues to evolve, the revised website provides more educational content in a variety of multimedia formats including videos to watch and updated graphics.

The website is easily maneuvered and answers questions like are GMOs safe to eat? And what is a GMO? Plus, you can be armed with six ways GMOs make agriculture more environmentally friendly.  And the website even includes information on a scientific study about plant breeding and genetics. On the left of the web page, it lets you learn about GMO basics as well as GMOs and the environment. Plus, it provides information about modern agriculture as well as sources for more information.

So before heading to that next public event, check out the website, GMOAnswers.com and explore the site's resources and dynamic content - including videos and interactive material. 

 

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