Are GMOs 2.0 in your food and cosmetics? Gene-silenced apples that never look old, synthetic stevia created with genetically engineered algae — these are just some of the new generation of GMOs companies are sneaking into food and consumer products.
This new guide helps consumers avoid the new wave of GMOs and find truly natural and sustainable options.
The 12-page guide is available for free below, and printed copies can be ordered in bulk for the cost of shipping.
The Shopper’s Guide to Synthetic Biology explains:
- Which GMO 2.0 products are in stores now, or on their way. Examples include synthetic versions of vanilla, stevia and patchouli fragrance.
- Concerns about GMOs 2.0, including lack of testing, lack of labeling and negative impact on small farmers.
- How to avoid GMOs 2.0: Buy organic as the best option, or choose products with the Non-GMO Verified or Made Safe certifications that do not allow synthetic biology ingredients.
|Read the Synthetic Biology Shopper’s Guide press release|
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How can I get hold of the Shopper’s Guide?
Consumers can download the Shopper’s Guide for free (2332 downloads) . You will soon also be able to order printed copies to distribute in your business, organization, or community for the cost of shipping. And you can download the mini guide (782 downloads) to get the conversation started in your community.
Download the Company Guide: “GMOs 2.0: Synthetic Biology. A guide to protecting natural products.” Available here.