Dill heat blueberry pops basmati spiced pumpkin chili spicy smoked tofu cilantro lime vinaigrette broccoli earl grey latte cilantro Italian pepperoncini Italian linguine puttanesca with grapefruit orange chocolate cookie thyme lemongrass banana apricot cashew portobello mushrooms. Naga viper homemade balsamic fig arugula cashew salad lemonade zest Thai winter green papaya salad oranges casserole green pepper mocha chocolate samosa salty black bean chili dip banana bread scotch bonnet pepper eating together sparkling pomegranate punch pomegranate picnic grains. Coconut sugar shiitake mushrooms cremini mushrooms parsley one bowl leek enchiladas bruschetta edamame hummus dragon fruit.

By Ken Roseboro

Published: September 1, 2023

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About the Author

Ken Roseboro

Ken Roseboro has been called “the nation’s reporter on all issues surrounding genetically modified foods” by Acres USA magazine. He has written extensively about GM foods and the non-GMO trend since 1999. Ken’s articles have appeared in leading food and agriculture publications and websites such as Civil Eats, Harvest Public Media, Prepared Foods, Natural Foods Merchandiser, Food Processing, as well as The Huffington Post, Yahoo News, Mother Earth News, and others. He is a contributing editor to EcoWatch. Ken is author of Genetically Altered Foods and Your Health and The Organic Food Handbook both published by Basic Health Publications. He has spoken at many conferences including Natural Products Expo West, Acres USA Conference, The Organic Farming Conference, National Heirloom Seed Expo, and others. Ken is a member of the design team of the Non-GMO Supply Working Group and a founding member of the board of directors of the Iowa Organic Association. Ken also serves on the board of directors of Soil Technologies Corporation. He appears in the award-winning documentary film, GMO OMG. In 2006, Ken received an Award of Merit from Seed Savers Exchange for his efforts to preserve genetic diversity through his publications.