In 49 countries around the world, including all of Europe, people have the opportunity of knowing whether or not they are eating food which contains genetically engineered ingredients. In the United States, we don’t.
The GMO Breakthrough Education Project provides accurate, non-biased information that allows individuals and organizations to promote political change on the value of Fabricated Foods. The mission is to establish trust, a reputation for fairness, a forum for debate, authenticity, and engagement when considering if Fabricated Foods are a healthy, sustainable food source. The purpose of The GMO Breakthrough Education Project is to educate by creating a laboratory for learning.
What is Fabricated Food?
Fabricated Food is the collective term we found most inclusive of a broad range of laboratory and technological manufacture and/or modification. These include GMOs, Nanotechnology in Food and Food Packaging, and CRISPR, a new form of more precise gene editing at the molecular level.
The Breakthrough GMO Education Project regularly publishes cutting edge articles about these issues on Flipboard — links to each magazine are in the footer area of this page.