Legally, genetically modified organisms (GMOs) can't be used in organic farming or fed to livestock raised organically. However, things are different when it comes to conventional farming. A WWF report shows that European citizens eat 61 kilos of soy a year, just by eating meat, fish, eggs and dairy products obtained from animals fed with GM soy. What are the risks faced by people who don't eat organic food? What are the regulations and restrictions for product labelling? What do independent studies on GMOs show? The theme of biotech foods is extremely current because it implicates consumers, biodiversity and ethics (for example, multinational corporations' patents cause terrible hardship for developing world farmers and producers). For these and many other insights keep following LifeGate.