Fortunately, plenty of healthy, non-GE options are available in this category (see below). Unless labeled explicitly, corn, soybean, cottonseed, and canola oils probably contain genetically engineered products. Ketchup usually incorporates corn syrup; and mayonnaise and most conventional salad dressings use soy, cottonseed, or canola oil as a major ingredient. Many creamy dressings and sauces will also include milk solids or powders, which may be derived from cows treated with rbGH or rbST. Instead, look for products sweetened with pure maple syrup, honey, molasses, or pure cane sugar rather than corn syrups.
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