Are your storable foods mostly just reprocessed GMO corn?

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(NaturalNews) Recognizing that the world is an increasingly volatile place and that an emergency situation could hit at any time, many people are preparing in advance by stocking up on storable food supplies to back end any potential hiccups in the supply chain. But it’s important to remember that not all storable food is the same, and that much of it is actually loaded with things you probably wouldn’t want to feed your families – things like genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) and toxic food additives.

One major area of concern is transgenic corn and its various derivatives, many of which are used in copious amounts in storable food products. If you’re someone who’s already purchased storable food, you might want to take a closer look at the ingredients list to determine whether or not you’ve made the right choice. If you haven’t yet purchased storable food but are interested in doing so, there are excellent options like Numanna Organic Survival Food that are both free of these offending ingredients and surprisingly healthy and nutritious.

Popular corn-based ingredients like high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) and corn starch are easy to spot. But what about ingredients like “caramel,” dextrose and citric acid? Many people don’t realized that these, too, are derived from corn, and that unless a food product is certified organic or GMO-free, these ingredients are more than likely derivatives of Monsanto-owned “Frankencrops.” (Click to Article)

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