In the US and Canada, there is no way of knowing if you’re eating GMOs (short for “genetically modified organisms”) in your food. There are plenty of reasons why you may want to avoid GMOs, and there are ways that you can avoid GMOs. But, without the labeling of food products as having GMOs, you can’t know for sure.
I debated whether or not to post about this video, because Kevin O’Leary irritates me so much with his condescending attitude. However, Rachel Parent of Kids’ Right to Know is so composed and she answers O’Leary’s arguments so well, that it’s worth sharing. I love how Rachel keeps having to re-iterate her point: We as consumers deserve to know what is in our food.