The FDA requires a GM food to be labeled as such only if there is a substantial difference in nutrient content

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The FDA requires a GM food to be labeled as such only if there is a substantial difference in nutrient content, the food contains an allergen that would not normally be present, or the food contains a toxicant beyond a certain limit. Do you think consumers should know if their food contains GM ingredients? What are some of the advantages and disadvantages of labeling foods as either containing GM ingredients or as “GM free”? How would you use this information?

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