Opinion Article - Journal of Food Nutrition and Health (2022) Volume 5, Issue 5
There are some benefits of genetically modified food.
Hereditarily altered food uses new procedures that might diminish each of the dangers related with hereditarily changed food, or "GMO" food. Wellbeing and marking guidelines for hereditarily altered food are still new, and it is trying for the buyer to separate it from traditional food. Albeit hereditarily altered food has the potential for diminishing the dangers related with the quality presentation process, customer discernments toward it are as yet hazy. The examination has looked at the guidelines administering GMO food and hereditarily altered food in Japan, Europe, and the US.Author(s): N. Caporizzi*