GMO

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GMO (plural GMOs or GMO)

  1. Initialism of genetically modified organism.

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GMO

  1. (by extension) Genetically modified.
    • 2012, Dee McCaffrey, The Science of Skinny[1], →ISBN:
      About 93 percent of the soybeans grown in the United States are GMO.
    • 2014, Alain Braux, GMO 101: A Practical Guide[2], →ISBN, page 184:
      Since 85 to 95% of these crops are GMO, it is safe to assume – unless provided proper certification – that “normal” dairy products contain GMO ingredients in one form or another.
    • 2015, Cheryl J. Baldwin, The 10 Principles of Food Industry Sustainability[3], →ISBN, page 27:
      Contains at least 70% organic ingredients and the rest of the product cannot be GMO, irradiated, or grown with sewage sludge

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