The Signal asks… Are genetically modified foods harmful to consume?

Sara Oliff, senior marketing major.
Sara Oliff, senior marketing major.

 

 

“There’s so many more hormones in the food we eat. Since it is genetically modified, you’d (assume) that it’s worse for you.”

 

 

 

 

Felipe Mardones, sophomore physics and computer science double major.
Felipe Mardones, sophomore physics and computer science double major.

 

 

“Science has proven that (GMOs) are not harmful… (like) corn on the cob isn’t supposed to be that big. We have been genetically modifying things for a long time. We already tinker with nature.”

The possible side effects of genetically modified organisms in food is still a mystery to most. (Raphaëlle Gamanho / Cartoonist)
The possible side effects of genetically modified organisms in food are still a mystery to most. (Raphaëlle Gamanho / Cartoonist)