E. Barnes, Professional Gamer, Professional Gamer, Washington
Answered on Jul 26, 2019
If you would check the different items that you will see right now, you will see that there are some that are considered to be non-GMO and there are also some that are labeled as organic. You may think that they are the same but actually, they are not.
Organic products are those that are grown without the use of any pesticides and other fertilizers that are considered to be synthetic by nature. non-GMO refers to products that have undergone certain testing and have been grown depending on the standards that have been set by the organization. It will depend on you which one you think is more ideal for your needs.
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C. Wasek, Philanthropist, Post Graduate, Corpus Christi
Answered on Jul 22, 2019
Organic products are known to be productive and other ingredients that were grown without the need to use pesticides or other synthetic fertilizers. When the product is labeled as organic, this means that it has never been exposed to GMO as well. GMO means Genetically Modified Organism.
Some products that are labeled as non-GMO means that it does not have GMO, but there is a possibility that it has been exposed to pesticides or fertilizers because it is not labeled as organic. There are some obvious differences between the two with regards to what the product has been exposed to, but it is evident that they follow a similar standard before their products can be made available to people.