The FDA allows GMOs for food consumption, stating that no difference can be found between the GMO and non-GMO versions of foods such as corn and soybeans. However, the FDA does not require product labeling to identify this content.
It may interest you to know that many other countries have not yet approved these foods for the human market.
With issues ranging from reproductive failure to allergic reactions cited as potential outcomes of GMO consumption, the case may not be closed. Without proper labeling, it is hard to make an informed decision.
These are the top 10 GM foods that you may be consuming.