Future GM organisms are likely to include plants with improved resistance against plant disease or drought, crops with increased nutrient levels, fish species with enhanced growth characteristics. For non-food use, they may include plants or animals producing pharmaceutically important proteins such as new vaccines.
Are foods with GMOs safe to eat? There's been no clear evidence that genetically altered foods, which we've been eating since the 1990s, can hurt you. ... The real worry is the impact that genetically modified crops may have on the environment, say GMO critics.May 1, 2015