Statistics show that among all the world''s countries engaging in producing genetically modified food, the United States take the leading spot, particularly with crops like corn and soybeans. Certain nations have imposed more or strict regulations on the field, taking into account the warnings coming from critics of such practices. At the same time, some research has shown that genetically modified food could be the most effective solution to feeding starving people in the developing countries. Climate change and the increasing global population might aggravate food problems, and officials will have to come up with an adequate answer to this urging issue. In order to find out more about genetically modified food and the controversies associated with it ? read this book.