Viewpoint: Genetically modified oats don’t exist—so why does Bob’s Red Mill sell ‘non-GMO sourced’ oats?

| October 4, 2019
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Quick oats, old-fashioned oats, steel cut oats, rolled oats. The oats market is booming. But you know what isn’t? Genetically modified oats — because they don’t exist.

Bob’s Red Mill Rolled Oats claim they are “non-GMO sourced” but the fact of the matter is that all oats are non-GMO sourced because there isn’t a genetically modified oat available.

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