By 2022, U.S. food companies will have to disclose products containing GMOs (also referred to as bioengineered ingredients). However, the regulation has loopholes. It allows companies to skip labeling ingredients like refined sugar and corn syrup often made from genetically modified crops; claiming that the GMOs are eliminated during processing. ALSO, Food makers can have a scannable code instead of a label disclosure on the package, making it difficult for consumers to identify.