Nearly all food in the commercial food chain has some intervention from technology.
Selective breeding for livestock growers.
All beef cattle, unless, labeled organic, generally are treated with trenbolone to lower feed costs, and increase the quality of the product.
Most milk comes from cattle that have been treated with growth hormone.
Almost all livestock is fed antibiotic and give medicines to avoid parasites.
For most plant stuffs (veggies and so on), selective breeding / pollination has been in place for decades. Some things, like seedless watermelons and so on, have been altered.
Fruits are treated with insecticides and wax as well as ripening agents (ozone).
Much meat, and some processed food is sterilized via cobalt irradiation.
Technology is everywhere around us. In all the food we eat, in the delivery chain, and even in medicines that help us eat it.
It provides a much higher standard of food, with longer shelf lives, as a much lower cost.
Genetic modification, either through selective breeding, or genetic engineering in the lab, has been around for ages. It's everywhere, and is why our food products are as good as they are.