No way to know if you’re buying GM food

It is disingenuous to say don’t buy it GM food. There is no way to know you are buying it.

Re: GM crops not a big concern, PNR letters, Feb. 1.

Your reader suggests consumers inform themselves and use their money for real food. For decades informed consumers have fought the battle to require genetically modified food be labeled.  And have lost. How do these uninformed consumers referred to know whether or not the food they purchase has been genetically engineered?

It is disingenuous to say don’t buy it.  There is no way to know you are buying it.

Jo Fox

Sidney