Top 6 Things To Be Aware Of Before Going Organic

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  1. I noticed that sweet corn was listed in the somewhat safe category. Unfortunately, all corn we buy today if not grown organically "is GMO corn". This includes feed corn as well. The only corn not as yet GMO poisoned is Pop Corn. Then I still use caution.

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