Premium Feather Member
- Apr 5, 2015
This is extremely misinformative. This is the exact opposite of what's FDA approved. Only these are sold as GMOs. Apples are not even commonly GMO. It was only approved in 2017 and most consumers still reach for named varieties of apples that have been established for YEARS. Arctic Golden and Arctic Granny are the only two I can even find and are absolutely not making up a majority of apple production by a long shot. They're very new on the market. I am not arguing that GMOs are not helpful, but when you use blatantly wrong data, the strength of any point made is lostThere are only 10 commercially available non-gmo crops produced and sold in the U.S. Field and sweet corn (not popcorn), soybeans, alfalfa, cotton, sugar beets, papaya, canola, squash, apples, and potatoes. GMOs save lives. And even most corn, soybeans, and apples are gmo now.