US (TX): AgriLife Extension program set to discuss GMO foods

The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will conduct a program explaining the role of genetically modified foods in the U.S. food supply beginning at noon July 15 at the Senior Citizens Center, at 218 West Jones St. in Dimmitt.

“We are constantly bombarded with information regarding GMOs to the point that it’s hard to know what to believe,” said Nancy Andersen, AgriLife Extension agent in Castro County. “The purpose of this program is to help the public discern fact from fiction. Doing so will allow us to make informed decisions concerning the products we consume.”

Andersen said the program is free and open to the public and a complimentary meal will be provided.

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