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A list of non-GMO foods is available online at NonGMOProject.org, as of April 2015. Users can browse the foods by name, brand or food category. Non-GMO Project is a nonprofit that identifies foods that are free of geneti... More »

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Non-GMO Project and Non-GMO Shopping Guide offer lists of non-GMO foods on their websites. Non-GMO Project's website makes its list available for browsing by category, brand or name, while Non-GMO Shopping Guide's websit... More »

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You can find a non-GMO shopping guide by visiting NonGMOShoppingGuide.com, by checking the Non-GMO Project website or by visiting the iTunes or Google Play stores and entering "Center for Food Safety" in the search field... More »

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Non-GMO Project and Non-GMO Shopping Guide offer lists of non-GMO foods on their websites. Non-GMO Project's website makes its list available for browsing by category, brand or name, while Non-GMO Shopping Guide's websit... More »

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Foods with a high risk of being genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, include alfalfa, canola, corn, soy and sugar beets. Summer squash, zucchini, cotton and papaya are other common GMO crops. Some food ingredients th... More »

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Some of the popular genetically modified foods by Monsanto Companies include Pringles, Kool-Aid, Pepsi, Knorr chicken noodles and Hershey's syrup. Coca Cola, Cadbury chocolates, Jiffy Mix and Totinos Party Pizza are also... More »

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Present in 80 percent of packaged food in the United States, genetically modified foods have some positive aspects, such as flavor, hardiness and nutrition, and some negative aspects, including environmental damage, incr... More »

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