By Morgan Chilson | May 29, 2015
A significant percentage of many food crops contain GMOs, or genetically modified organisms.
As much as 80 percent of conventional food contains GMOs, according to the Non-GMO Project, and that can make it challenging to avoid these controversial products.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced in early May 2015 that it would begin certifying foods that are GMO-free through the Process Verified Program, and those foods will be labeled, NPR said. The Non-GMO Project also has a verification seal that shoppers can look for on their foods.
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Source: 5 Most Common GMO Foods