No GMO: Chipotle Moves Away From Genetically Modified Organisms

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Chipotle Mexican Grills are going that one step further when it comes to the trend toward healthy eating. Effective immediately, Chipotle only prepares food that is free of genetically engineered ingredients, or “GMO-free.” GMO stands for genetically modified organisms. The chain has switched from using corn and soy harvested from plants that were genetically modified to be either herbicide resistant, or engineered to produce their own pesticide, keeping them safe from nasty pests, but possibly puts us at risk.

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