Gmo which stands for genetically modified organism refers to any organism whose dna has been modified using genetic engineering technology in the food industry gmo crops have had genes added. 1 gmo crops can be tailored to provide better health benefits gmo foods can be modified so that they provide a complete nutritional profile multiple vitamins and minerals can be built into the crops as they grown by adjusting the genetic profile of the plant making it possible for people to get what they need with fewer foods and lower costs that makes it possible to provide more people who are living in poverty with the food resources they need to maintain their health. Genetically modified organisms gmos are organisms whose genome has been modified by artificially adding genetic material foreign to that organism the result is a modified plant whose newly acquired characteristics may increase the efficiency of production but nevertheless do not occur naturally it is very difficult to assess the effect of gmos on human health as there are very many . Since genetically modified organisms gmos first appeared at the beginning of the 1990s they have been widely adopted in agriculture however their newness has raised a certain number of societal issues whilst their positive or negative impacts on production and on the environment continue to fuel debate the fact that they are harmless to human health has now garnered consensus with the
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