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Are Biotech Foods Safe to Eat?

Are Biotech Foods Safe to Eat?

Objectives Knowledge objectives 1.to help students understand the advantages and disadvantages of genetically modified foods 2.to help students know the regulations on biotech foods in the U.S. 3.to help students master language expressions about genetically modified foods

Objectives Knowledge objectives 1. to help students understand the advantages and disadvantages of genetically modified foods 2. to help students know the regulations on biotech foods in the U.S. 3. to help students master language expressions about genetically modified foods

Objectives Educational objectives 1.to help students know more about China's regulations on biotech foods and further understand the progress of legislation on food safety in China 2.to encourage students to do market research to get first-hand material about genetically modified foods in their life,and hence to increase their practical ability and their awareness of food safety

Objectives Educational objectives 1. to help students know more about China's regulations on biotech foods and further understand the progress of legislation on food safety in China 2. to encourage students to do market research to get first-hand material about genetically modified foods in their life, and hence to increase their practical ability and their awareness of food safety

Para.1 DGenetically modified food has quietly become second nature in the U.S.,and it may surprise you just how many foods you are eating that you never knew contained a genetically modified ingredient

Para.1 ①Genetically modified food has quietly become second nature in the U.S., and it may surprise you just how many foods you are eating that you never knew contained a genetically modified ingredient

Para.1 Genetically modified food has quietly become second nature in the U.S.,and it may surprise you just how many foods you are eating that you never knew contained a genetically modified ingredient

Para.1 Genetically modified food has quietly become second nature in the U.S., and it may surprise you just how many foods you are eating that you never knew contained a genetically modified ingredient

Para.2 1Experts say 60%to 70%of processed foods on U.S.grocery shelves have genetically modified ingredients. 2The most common genetically modified foods are soybeans,maize,cotton,and rapeseed oil

Para.2 ①Experts say 60% to 70% of processed foods on U.S. grocery shelves have genetically modified ingredients. ②The most common genetically modified foods are soybeans, maize, cotton, and rapeseed oil

Para.2 ③That means many foods made in the U.S containing field corn or high-fructose corn syrup,such as many breakfast cereals,snack foods,and the last soda you drank;foods made with soybeans (including some baby foods); and foods made with cottonseed and canola oils could likely have genetically modified ingredients. 4These ingredients appear frequently in animal feed as well

Para.2 ③That means many foods made in the U.S. containing field corn or high-fructose corn syrup, such as many breakfast cereals, snack foods, and the last soda you drank; foods made with soybeans (including some baby foods); and foods made with cottonseed and canola oils could likely have genetically modified ingredients. ④These ingredients appear frequently in animal feed as well

Para.2 Experts say 60%to 70%of processed foods on U.S.grocery shelves have genetically modified ingredients.The most common genetically modified foods are soybeans,maize,cotton,and rapeseed oil.That means many foods made in the U.S.containing field corn or high-fructose corn syrup,such as many breakfast cereals, snack foods,and the last soda you drank;foods made with soybeans (including some baby foods);and foods made with cottonseed and canola oils could】 likely have genetically modified ingredients.These ingredients appear frequently in animal feed as well

Para.2 Experts say 60% to 70% of processed foods on U.S. grocery shelves have genetically modified ingredients. The most common genetically modified foods are soybeans, maize, cotton, and rapeseed oil. That means many foods made in the U.S. containing field corn or high-fructose corn syrup, such as many breakfast cereals, snack foods, and the last soda you drank; foods made with soybeans (including some baby foods); and foods made with cottonseed and canola oils could likely have genetically modified ingredients. These ingredients appear frequently in animal feed as well

Para.3 DIf this shocks you,a new USDA-funded survey shows you're not alone. 2Researchers from the Food Policy Institute at Rutgers'Cook College found that only 52%of Americans realized that genetically modified foods are sold in grocery stores and only 26% believed that they have ever eaten genetically modified foods ---a modest 6%increase since 2001

Para.3 ①If this shocks you, a new USDA-funded survey shows you’re not alone. ②Researchers from the Food Policy Institute at Rutgers’ Cook College found that only 52% of Americans realized that genetically modified foods are sold in grocery stores and only 26% believed that they have ever eaten genetically modified foods --- a modest 6% increase since 2001

Para.3 3But what exactly is genetically modified food? ④is it safe to eat? 5Why isn't it labeled in the U.S.? 6The European Union and the U.S.are boxing it out

Para.3 ③But what exactly is genetically modified food? ④Is it safe to eat? ⑤Why isn’t it labeled in the U.S.? ⑥The European Union and the U.S. are boxing it out

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