I don't think it's all GMO, but unless they begin to label it we really won't know. I've been eating a lot of fresh corn in the last few weeks, really enjoying it and didn't notice any negative symptoms..
I won't eat it unless it's organic. GMO's skeeve me out.
Windlord had something about a corn chowder recipe. I'd be interested in seeing what's in it.
Recently they just introduced GMO sweet corn into the market. I would be wary unless it's organic corn.
My guess is that it could be difficult to find non-GMO corn, particularly in the US. You'd have to do some research on where you're getting it from and where they got their seeds from.
I've purchased the organic frozen corn from my local Trader Joes store many times, but not too long ago I read an article talking about how organic corn may be even more of a concern because of mold. Gees Louise is there any hope at eating corn in peace again?
Avoid it unless you're sure it's organic and a farmer hands it to you. Monsanto is the greatest evil we are facing and they must be stopped.
Monstanto is one example of why it's not enough to go vegan; we need many forms of activism as well.
Organic corn is not GMO
How do you know? that's not what I heard, I heard you can have an organic product and it can still be a GMO product. That's what troubles me. To think you're in the clear just by buying organic...then find out you could still be consuming GMO's. " What to do...what to do"
At this time from what my research can find, sweet corn is not GMO. Corn that is raised for animal feed and corn syrup is pretty much all GMO.
Organic is not allowed to be GMO, so go that way if you're worried. The problem is that corn pollen blows in the wind and it is easy for GMO DNA to cross-contaminate organic plants.
I find that corn is difficult to digest and consume limited quantities for that reason.