Frankenfoods parody Courtesy

Foods that are G.M.O. (genetically modified organisms) are always grown using modern, non-organic farming methods. The combination can easily become less nutritional than a diet of processed carbohydrates and cola.

There is a means to differentiate the good produce from the Frankenfoods in U.S. retailers, despite the fact that the F.D.A. does not require that G.M. (genetically modified) foods be labeled in any way that would be easily understood. This is, of course, intentional.

Fruits and vegetables in the U.S. usually have a small sticker on them. This sticker will include a "PLU" number. The first digit in that number is significant.

The Meaning Of The PLU Number (First Digit)

8 The product is genetically modified, and almost any chemical may have been used on it. It is a verified Frankenfood. Please boycott all companies producing and distributing it.
3 The product is likely genetically modified, and almost any chemical may have been used on it, at any time. The genetic heritage is unknown or not disclosed.
4 The product was grown with synthetic fertilizers and chemical pesticides.
9 This is organic. It is the highest quality produce, most nutritious, most natural, and the most safe.

You may wish to print our printer friendly PLU reference card.

If you are wondering why the system is made to be so confusing, it is because our regulators are encouraging us, on behalf of their industry partners, to eat the new chemically-laced, G.M.O. Frankenfoods, without our consent or knowledge.

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Joel Gold
# GMO detectionJoel Gold 2013-04-14 19:00
Aside from questionable stickers, how exactly can a product be determined to be GM? Can it only be accomplished in a laboratory with expensive equipment that is inaccessible and unaffordable to most? It would be a tremendous breakthrough if there were discovered a simple test any consumer could perform, if not in the store, at least at home. When I say 'simple test', something like Ph strips to assess acidity-alkalinity comes to mind. Or a magnet to test for a minimum of other metals in stainless steel. Simple and highly accurate is what I want and so do we all! Are there any biochemists out there who have ideas, OR who can say with authority that there is no accurate test save for high-tech spectrographic blah-blah machines? I cannot tell you how ecstatic I'd be to have, for example, a solution that turns a certain color if a few drops are placed on a GM product and a different color if organic. Or perhaps one color if organic, any other color meaning either GM or chemically contaminated.
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Scott A. Marquardt
# Thanks for the info, but...Scott A. Marquardt 2014-04-28 08:36
Is there any way to tell if the vegetables in plastic bins, sold in supermarkets are G.M.? Like baby spinach and the spring mix salads?
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