The first CRISPR engineered / altered foods are already here and undergoing field tests. They will soon be commercially available in the USA, and other countries.
Technically, CRISPR engineered foods classify as GMOs, and so should not be available in countries that do not allow GMO foods.
However, the GMO food available so far were limited, tightly controlled, and available from a handful of corporations. This is not the case with CRISPR modified foods
There are going to be hundreds or thousands of CRISPR engineered plants from various sources, including small garage labs. There is no way for governments to control their spread. These seeds will mix with (contaminate?) existing seed supplies.
So be prepared to have GMO, sorry GAO, in your food soon, whether your country allows GMO food or not.
Read the article here: https://www.thisisinsider.com/first-crispr-food-5-years-berkeley-scientist-inventor-2019-4