Uncertainty about whether genetically modified food is safe and effective has led to it becoming one of the most controversial topics in the food industry today. “Many people look at the food they eat as an expression of who they are as people, and emotions run high when people identify with their food choices,” says Robert Rosenkranz, chairman of Intelligence Squared U.S. Intelligence Squared U.S., a nonprofit, non-partisan organization that hosts Oxford-style debates in New York City, invited four panelists to take the stage Wednesday night and debate the facts of genetically modified food.

Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are the most controversial topic in the food industry today and were the focus of many referendums this past election. Intelligence Squared U.S., a nonprofit, non-partisan organization that hosts Oxford-style debates in New York City, has invited four panelists to take the stage in December and debate the facts about genetically modified food.

There is no doubt Tuesday’s midterm elections brought about some changes for the food industry, but did voters send a clear message and will voter-approved referendums stick? One of the most controversial topics this year has been genetically modified organism (GMO) labeling.

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