The statement “partially produced with genetic engineering” refers to the use of ingredients derived from corn or soybeans. Genetic engineering in plants is a breeding technique which enables plant breeders to take individual traits from one plant or organism and transfer them to the plant that they want to improve. The ingredients derived from corn or soybeans may be from genetically engineered plants. Almost all corn and soy agriculture worldwide has been engineered to help make it a sustainable crop.

There is a lot of information available surrounding genetically engineered agriculture. It is up to each individual to research the facts and arrive at their own conclusions. Scientific authorities around the world, such as the World Health Organization, agree that genetically engineered food crops do not pose any more risks to people, animals, or the environment than any other foods.