GMOs haven’t delivered on their promises — or risks

After plenty of study, safety worries haven’t surfaced, but big promises remain unfulfilled


SHELF LIFE  Plenty of genetically modified foods appear in supermarkets and have undergone extensive study. Still, they remain controversial and haven’t yet made good on the promise to end world hunger. 


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