By Apsara Perera
Genetically modified (GM or GMO) foods, bio crops, biotech crops; call it what you will, these terms are among the words that have confused consumers with regard to what should be eaten and what should not. The concern does not end with the consumer. With
the effects of climate change being discussed in earnest, the time seems ripe for adaptation to take place, with research pointing in the way of the versatility of bio crops in
withstanding climatic conditions amongst others. However, with the backlash GMO foods have received in the recent past, this may not be a simple process as it seems.