Going GMO-free: Easier said than done

| | March 28, 2014
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Boulder is known for its staunch commitment to organic products, sourcing local and an emphasis on avoiding genetically modified organisms, often referred to as GMOs.

Volta, a Mediterranean restaurant that opened in October, has committed to completely eliminating GMOs, and Zeal – Food For Enthusiasts has stuck out their neck with their motto printed on every one of their menus: “No GMO’s ever, period.”

But even for those restaurants totally for the cause, going GMO-free is easier said than done. Because the lines are blurred and there are less regulations, it becomes a slippery slope for restaurants and chefs seeking to ditch GMO.

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