Q. What is your experts’ take on genetically modified foods? Should I try to avoid them?

A. Timothy Griffin, PhD, an associate professor and director of the Agriculture, Food and Environment program at the Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, answers: “Genetic engineering (GE) is the process of modifying an organism’s genes to change a characteristic of that organism. The most common use of this process is to make crops […]
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