Australia’s largest genetic modified products are cotton, cottonseed oil, and canola, manufactured into cooking oils, margarines, dairy blends, snack foods and tinned goods.
95% of all soy form the U.S is genetically modified, and 90% of corn is. Both corn and soy are manufactured into imported biscuits, bread, cakes, confectionary and spreads.
There are different types of genetic modification, such as a crop to be: insect resistant, pesticide resistant, bacterial resistant, improving nutrients, and reducing spoilage.
Left over GM corn, soy, canola, and cottonseed meal is stock feed for most conventional cattle, pigs and poultry. What are the long-term health consequences of humans regularly ingesting this meat?
Foods from takeaways, highly processed food products like margarine, cooking oils, confectionary, baked goods, and meats that have been fed GM, do not require labels stating they contain GMO.