Test Your GMOs Quiz

TEST YOUR GMOs QUIZ

(Answers appear at bottom of page).

True or False

The Most common foods containing GMOs are:

  1. Canned Soup
  2. Frozen Food
  3. Baby Formula
  4. Packaged Sweetened Juices
  5. Packaged Cereal
  6. Vegetable and Canola Oil
  7. Tofu
  8. Meat
  9. Milk
  10. Carbonated Soft Drinks

True or False

11. If you buy organically grown food, you can avoid GMOs.

12. High risk foods containing GMOs are corn, zucchini,  yellow summer squash, and foods containing soy.

13.  The USDA National Organic Standards prohibit GMOs.

14.  Hawaiian papaya contains GMOs.

15.  Food bearing these labels are guaranteed not to contain GMOs. USDA ORGANIC FOOD LABEL

 

 

16.  Most fresh produce is non-GMO, with the exception of corn, soybeans, zucchini, yellow summer squash, and Hawaiian papaya.

ANSWERS

Answers for all questions are TRUE.

To avoid all GMOs, buy organic.  This is not always feasible for many people, because of local selection, and cost.

Growing or sprouting your own food from organic seeds, is an alternative that isn’t as expensive.

MORE INFORMATION 

The Non GMO Shopping Guide, published by The Institute for Responsible Technology.

Irene Pastore is a native New Yorker, health and fitness blogger, and personal trainer. Irene owns this website, and writes all the blog posts. For her complete bio, visit the About Page.

Copyright 2016 Irene Pastore and Tour De Core.com

 

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