“Genetically Modified Organism” doesn’t sound very appetizing to us. We’re kind of old school here. We thought the plants were tasty and nutritious enough before they were genetically modified, especially corn and soybeans. Selective breeding, as opposed to genetic modification, has been used for centuries to grow heartier, more plentiful and more pest resistant varieties of crops, and it’s a pretty natural process. Genetic modification, on the other hand, involves inserting into or removing genes from an organism, something that doesn’t happen in nature. Politics aside, we’ve chosen to use non-GMO ingredients in Sheffa’s products.
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