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Journals Data JList Scientia Agriculturae 2014 Volume 6 Issue 2 8

Engineers are designing plants via genetically modified organisms or simply known as GMOs. These GMO foods are suspected to be more nutritious, taste better and tougher as well. On the other hand, there are many people who have concerns regarding their safety and there’s discussion towards the benefits and drawbacks for using GMO.

How GMOs are Made?

A manufacturer is creating GMO by introducing a genetic material or DNA of a different organism via process referred to as genetic engineering. Majority of the foods that currently have GMO are plants like vegetables and fruits.

All foods that came from genetically engineered plants for sale are being thoroughly regulated by the Food and Drug Administration or FDA. They should be able to meet similar safety standards and requirements as what implemented for traditional foods.

Manufacturers are using genetic modification to provide foods with the desirable traits people are expecting from it. For instance, they’ve designed couple of new varieties of applies which turn less brown when it is bruised or cut.

Prolonging Shelf Life

The reason normally consisting making crops to become more resistant to various diseases as they are growing. Manufacturers are engineering produce as well to become more tolerant to herbicides or to become more nutritious.