If you’re wondering why your cereal no longer has all the essential vitamins like it used to, such as vitamin A, B2, D, B12 and riboflavin, you should check the box. It’s probably made without GMOs. So now you’re probably wondering what do nutrients have to do with GMOs. Reportedly, there are not enough non-GMO vitamins on the market to be added as supplements. People have been consuming foods with GMO ingredients for years, and that includes their vitamin supplements. But is there really a big difference between non-GMO vitamins and those produced through genetic modifications using micro-organisms such as yeast? According to some experts the answer would be no, but they are quick to add that in general there’s not a lot of peer-reviewed studies analyzing nutritional differences between GMO and non-GMO foods. Bottom line they say is to eat a healthy, balanced diet, rich in fruits and vegetables, regardless of the methods used to produce them, especially since GMOs are more thoroughly tested than any product produced in the history of agriculture.