Au NaturelThey're GMOs!!!
Plump, beautiful, and perfect, but no longer a GMO since the 2000s.
Genetically modified tomatoes were on the market in the 1990s but were halted after 1998. Currently, there aren't any available commercially, but scientists continue to experiment with tomatoes that'll be more nutritious and tasty and have a longer shelf life.
Totally naturalNah, that's a motherfucking GMO.
GMO! With improved nutrition and taste.
Yeah, we probably wouldn't be able to eat these if it weren't for science.
So real.Are you serious? There's no way that's natural.
It's a hybrid — meaning it's NOT a GMO.
Weird. Cool. Wow.
Looks natural enough.Yellow rice? As if.
It's a GMO with added vitamin A.
Golden rice was a GMO created in attempts to lower vitamin A deficiency in the Philippines.
Raw as a baby's bum.GMO! You can't fool me!
It doesn't bruise easily, therefore it is a GMO.
Whoa, touched by the power of science!!
Absolutely.Not without genetic modification.
Hybridization science rocks.
Looks like Farmer's Market organic and GMO-free.Definitely modified.
GMO!! These plump kernels are pretty normal in terms of what you find at most stores.
Like, bruh, do you even know what a GMO-free vegetable looks like anymore? (Hint: If they're labeled organic.)
Straight from my neighbor's dairy farm.Everything we consume is a mutation!
It's a glass of milk made from hormone-injected cows!
Currently, some dairy farms inject a hormone called rbGH into their cows to boost production. While the debate's still out on the effects of genetic modification on animals, scientists have been experimenting with milk to make it healthier. Trials have included higher omega-3 content, lower lactose content, and most recently, increased antibodies to fight viruses like Ebola.
THESE ARE UNDOUBTEDLY PURE.Actually, nah, the bananas we know wouldn't even be around without genetic modification.
It's a super banana!! GMO x 1000!
It's supposed to combat vitamin A deficiency in developing countries.
Hybrid! Black Magic. Sorcery.
La la la la la.
GMO tomatoes and GMO milk (specifically with higher omega-3 content or lower lactose content) are no longer on the market. An earlier version of this quiz misstated their availability.