American consumers remain generally uninformed and confused about the health benefits or potential risks associated with genetically modified and irradiated foods, according to a new survey conducted for SN. these foods, as well as to gauge their confidence in the government's monitoring of these products. Percentages of safety and risk for GMO foods were nearly equally weighed on both sides of the spectrum as 22% of consumers said they believe GMO foods "are safer to eat," and 29% said ...

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