OKLAHOMA CITY —
Because the United States does not require labeling of GMO ingredients, it’s hard for consumers to know which products contain them. But the fact is, most corn and soy in processed foods are likely to be GMOs unless the product is organic or labeled by the Non-GMO Project as GMO free.
Many people are growing their own food as part of the solution.
“We raise chickens for eggs and plan to raise chickens for meat in the near future,” Privett said. “We grow a garden and continue to teach the next generation — our kiddos — the value of our food supply.”
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