Is the GMO Labeling Movement Just a Long Con to Get You to Buy Organic?

In a recent New York Times column, Mark Bittman compared consumers to lab animals subjected to an experiment. “Stop Making Us Guinea Pigs,” the headline of his piece lamented. The experiment? Genetically modified organisms lurking in the nation’s food, filling our families’ bellies, and maybe doing something to us, or maybe not. Bittman’s solution? Labeling all foods containing GMOs, presumably so consumers can avoid them.

The term “GMO” refers to how a food ingredient was bred, not its content.

Source: Is the GMO Labeling Movement Just a Long Con to Get You to Buy Organic?

The irony of the concern over GMO in foods, yet packaged food in general is far more scary.  Consider the additives used

I agree with the idea that content is the most prominent issue on the table.  After all, this blog/website/etc focuses on the amount of a particular vitamin to aid people like myself for minimizing medication impact/counteraction.  Where something comes from is still important – this helps us with pesticide/chemical exposure, as there are people with sensitivities to full blown allergy.