Genetically Modified Food ayden, Sophia, Gracie, collin

What does it mean to genetically modify something?

GMO stands for genetically modified organism. Which is a process that changes their genetic material. It is altered in a non natural way

How do you genetically modify something?

Some examples of genetically modified food.

  • Corn
  • cotton
  • soy bean
  • milk
  • canola oil
  • zucchini
  • alfalfa
  • sugar
  • papaya
  • tomatoes
  • potatoes
  • rapeseed
  • rice

Some brands are very good for you, even though they are genetically modified.

  • Naked juice
  • Simply Orange Juice
  • Kashi
  • Bear Naked
  • Silk Almond Milk
  • Gerber baby food
  • Honest Tea


  • You can potentially make more crops which could help feed more people
  • You could make edible vaccines
  • They modified to survive harsh weather
  • They can have longer shelf life for marketing
  • Engineered to have a high content of a specific nutrient
  • Better resistant to weeds, pests, pesticides, and disease
  • They can be engineered to conserve water, soil, and oxygen
  • They can be modified to have better taste
  • Faster output of crops
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Collin Pearson


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