Grocery store rejects 'genetically modified' food
NBC NATIONAL NEWS — The fierce debate over genetically-modified foods has taken a new turn in Detroit.
The Hiller's grocery chain has started labeling products that do not contain any "GMO's" or genetically modified organisms. You will see signs and labels that say "Non-GMO."
"The big push right now is to try to get back to basics, try to eat a little bit more wholesome, and eat foods as they were originally intended," said Justin Hiller, vice-president of Hiller's.
Hiller says the term covers a wide range of scientific engineering that changes 80 percent of the food we eat.
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