It's natural to care about where our food comes from.

The fact is, biotech crops have been reviewed and tested more than any crop in the history of agriculture and, each time, the result has been the same: they are safe.

Who oversees the approval of biotech crops?

In the U.S., agricultural biotechnology products are regulated by FDA (Food and Drug Administration), USDA (United States Department of Agriculture), and for insect-protected crops, the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency). In addition, each of our products has undergone many years of research, field trials and internal approvals before it is submitted for regulatory approval.

Almost two decades in use

Biotech crops were first introduced in 1996. Since then, they have become one of the fastest, most widely adopted agricultural innovations in history. In that time, there has not been one documented case of biotech crops being unsafe for humans or the environment.